Does Oprah Winfrey Keto Gummy Bears Help in Weight Loss? The Gummies Were Advertised as a Weight Reducing Pills!

Oprah Winfrey has been accused of creating a new product, Oprah Keto Gummies, which has been widely criticized as the pill claims to help in weight loss. The purported substance bears a considerable weight loss effect in just three weeks when consumed alone, without the requirement for a diet or exercise. Viewers are interested in learning more about the product and hearing what Oprah has to say about it. So here is everything we know about Oprah's Keto Gummy product.

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Oprah Gail Winfrey (born on January 29, 1954) is an American talk show host, television producer, actress, author, and philanthropist who is best known for her Chicago-based talk show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, which was the highest-rated television show of its kind in history and aired in national syndication for 25 years, from 1986 to 2011.

Oprah was known as the Queen of All Media and was the wealthiest African-American of the twentieth century, as well as the world's only black billionaire and the biggest black philanthropist in United States history. By 2007, she was widely regarded as the most powerful woman on the planet.

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Queen of All Media is recently paired up with a scam product, Oprah Keto Gummies which is believed to help in weight loss and viewers are interested to find out detailed information on this product. So, let's discuss the topic.

Previously, we touched on the weight loss stories of Eli Lilly's new drug and Star Jones.

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Oprah Winfrey Keto Gummies: Does the Gummy Bears/Pill Help in Weight Loss?

A series of promotional videos starring Oprah Winfrey (@oprah) has been going viral on the internet over the last month. The 68-year-old American talk show host appears to be advocating weight loss gummies in the videos, a heated product that is a well-known scam.

Oprah Winfrey Keto Gummies, according to some sources, is a fantastic health improvement plan that is made available as a supplement. An intriguing raspberry ketone medication can undoubtedly lead you to drop unwanted fats in just a few days. Oprah's Ketone chews were created by experts to help people in Canada, the United States, and other countries of the world who are overweight or have excess body fat buildup in their systems lose weight too quickly.

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It's a herbal supplement that can help you maintain a healthy body fat percentage while reducing your chance of gaining weight. The low-carb diet Oprah Keto Gummies has regular and healthful nutrients, according to published research.

The alleged product promises to have a significant weight loss effect just in 3 weeks just by eating them alone without the need for a diet or any type of workout. To give the illusion of being real stuff the advertisement used pictures of Oprah with various music overlays.

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The video was able to fool people into thinking that Oprah herself launched a new brand that focuses on weight loss. The adverts include a montage of individuals popping vitamin gummies with promised weight loss qualities. They instruct customers to take one gummy before bedtime every day, noting that gummies are reserved for anyone over the age of 25.

They even made a fake purposed article from Time magazine on their website which was obviously fake and meant to fool people. It claimed that Oprah Winfrey launched the weight loss magic gummy in collaboration with Weight Watchers which was obviously not true.

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There was also another video similar to the first one posted on the net on April 20, which skillfully mixes up recordings of Oprah Winfrey from various sources between its excessive claims of losing 100 pounds by consuming the gummy alone which is just nonsense and stupid.

The official spokesman for Oprah who goes by the name of Nicole Nichols confirmed that all these claims and products were nothing but a scam that was meant to fool a gullible person. The official spokesman wrote,

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"These ads are a complete fabrication. Oprah has nothing to do with this gummy product and does not endorse any such diet or weight-loss pill."

This is unfortunately not the first time Oprah has been targeted for weight loss-related scam products. The 68-year-old television producer being an ambassador for the weight loss journey along with being a healthy celebrity with a large fan following might be the reason why she is targeted many times.

Nichols went on to say that Oprah has never promoted weight-loss medications and has no intentions to do so in the coming. She further stated that she did not authorize the videos used during advertising.

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Oprah's Book Club Has Chosen Leila Mottley's Debut Novel Nightcrawling As The Next Pick

Nightcrawling, by Leila Mottley, is Oprah's new Oprah's Book Club selection, which she announced on June 7, 2022, Leila who is about to be 20, started writing her incredible debut novel when she was just 16 years old.

Oprah's Book Club was a book discussion club program on Oprah Winfrey's American talk show, The Oprah Winfrey Show that featured novels chosen by the host. In 1996, Winfrey launched the book club, choosing a new book, generally a novel, for viewers to read and discuss every month.

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When Oprah first saw the book, she had a similar reaction and decided to make it her 96th OBC pick. She was struck by the author's ability to communicate trauma, love, and everything in between in vivid and clear prose.

In a surprise Zoom visit, Oprah delivered the news that the book had been selected for OBC. What Mottley had to say about it was as follows:

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"I was absolutely floored when Ms. Winfrey popped up in what I thought was a regular meeting with my publisher. It was the surprise of a lifetime! I am beyond grateful to be able to share my debut novel with the passionate readers of Oprah’s Book Club."

On June 30, at 7 p.m. Eastern, a Livestream conversation between Oprah and the author, as well as four members of Oprah's Book Club, will be shown on Oprah Daily.

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