Oprah winfrey book food health and happiness
Food, Health, and Happiness by Oprah Winfrey (ebook)Oprah has always been an unflinching advocate for things that make you feel good. She wants us all to own rose-scented foot treatment sets and to mash away at inspirational puzzle games on our phones. She is a spokesperson and sometimes a very handsomely compensated one for not feeling guilty about guilty pleasures. In her new cookbook, Food, Health, and Happiness , Oprah looks at food healthy food in particular as something fun, indulgent, and most importantly, worth sharing. She writes, with Lisa Kogan a longtime columnist for O , about her evolving and very personal relationship with food—and the ways in which TV personalities are often encouraged to abuse or renounce food. The happy medium, it turns out, is not to consume only liquids—or to stress-eat potato chips with abandon—but to eat well and thoughtfully.
Food, Health and Happiness
Winfrey's long struggle with weight is well-known. And no matter what you think of her ties with Weight Watchers, you have to concede she knows of what she speaks. Winfrey has been there. And she tells the story with commendable candor. As host and supervising producer of the top-rated, award-winning The Oprah Winfrey Show, she entertained, enlightened, and uplifted millions of viewers for twenty-five years.
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