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Done with the shaming’ – Oprah Winfrey confirms she uses weight-loss medication after months of speculation

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Media mogul, Oprah Winfrey has finally admitted to using medication to lose weight after months of speculation.

Winfrey sparked speculation that she had turned to pharmaceuticals to help shed weight after sporting a slimmer figure during a recent press tour.

However, she initially refused admitting to getting medical assistance, telling “Entertainment Tonight” earlier this month, “Well it’s not one thing, it’s everything … and I intend to keep it that way,” before adding that she had been “on that treadmill” for hours prior to her movie premiere. She has now admitted to using drugs.

Winfrey, 69, added, “I’m absolutely done with the shaming from other people and particularly myself.

Oprah did not disclose exactly which drug she took or whether it was Type II diabetes medication Ozempic, which has become a favorite for many celebrities.

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Winfrey, whose weight has fluctuated for years, revealed she became more open to turning to drugs after conducting a panel discussion with medical experts in July.

The media mogul had previously expressed during that chat that she believed turning to meds was taking the “easy way out.”

I realized I’d been blaming myself all these years for being overweight, and I have a predisposition that no amount of willpower is going to control.”

Winfrey shared just how much success she has seen with the unnamed medication by noting that after Thanksgiving she gained only half a pound “instead of gaining eight pounds like [she] did last year.”

“It was a second shot for me to live a more vital and vibrant life,” she added.

She also credited hiking for helping her loose weight.

“It’s everything,” she shared. “I know everybody thought I was on it, but I worked so damn hard. I know that if I’m not also working out and vigilant about all the other things, it doesn’t work for me.”

“I could eventually hike three to five miles every day and a 10-mile straight-up hike on weekends,” she said. “I felt stronger, more fit and more alive than I’d felt in years.”

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