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Oprah Winfrey Shows Off Her 40lb Weight Loss. See Her Epic Transformation

Written by Ana Krneta
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We all have vices, it’s human nature. They are a way for us to let off steam and just escape from the daily problems of being a human living a fast paced life. Although Oprah Winfrey is definitely a superwoman, she's still human and has struggles like the rest of us.

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She has always been open about her struggle with maintaining a healthy lifestyle and controlling her eating habits, something most of us can relate to. The talk show mogul has taken control of her lifestyle and eating habits and looks amazing! And as Oprah wants to do, she is being pretty darn inspiring as well.

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Oprah rejoined Weight Watchers and became a spokesperson for the company in October of 2014. Since then, the beautiful and intelligent lady has lost a total of 40 pounds! She has opened up to ‘People’ magazine about Weight Watchers and why it works for her.

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‘I don’t feel like I’m on a diet that I’m ever going to go off of again. I feel like I’ll be counting points for the rest of my life. I genuinely feel that it’s been easier this time than the other 3,000 times I’ve gone on a diet because I don’t even feel like it is a diet. I just feel like, Okay, my life has changed,' says the 62-year-old.

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Oprah rejoined Weight Watchers and became a spokesperson for the company in October of 2014. Since then, the beautiful and intelligent lady has lost a total of 40 pounds! She has opened up to ‘People’ magazine about Weight Watchers and why it works for her.

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‘I don’t feel like I’m on a diet that I’m ever going to go off of again. I feel like I’ll be counting points for the rest of my life. I genuinely feel that it’s been easier this time than the other 3,000 times I’ve gone on a diet because I don’t even feel like it is a diet. I just feel like, Okay, my life has changed,' says the 62-year-old.

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