Cameron Diaz appeared on Wednesday’s episode of "The Dr. Oz Show" to promote her new self-help book. The blonde beauty explained to Dr. Oz that she wants all women to have a healthy body and respect one another, and then she downed a bottle of water to candidly discuss "poop" and the digestive process.
Cameron Diaz has made headlines lately with her recent Botox admission. While the 41-year-old actress has considered fillers, she has not used the cosmetic procedure for “anti-aging purposes”. Cameron Diaz told Access Hollywood that “aging is a privilege” and “there is no stopping the process,” as she made the media rounds to endorse her new book.
On today’s episode of “The Dr. Oz Show”, Cameron Diaz joined TV’s favorite doctor/talk show host to discuss "The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body", and detailed her physical transformation. Diaz shared her formula with Dr. Oz on how to become happier, healthier, and stronger in this positive, essential guide that is grounded in science and inspired by personal experience.
Cameron Diaz wants to empower women, as she feels females are the strongest global influence, and to teach them how to refocus negative energy into constructive self-esteem and respect for one another.
That's what I wanted for women, because I believe that we're the most powerful force in the world; that if we just took all that negative energy that we were pointing into ourselves and hatred and confusion, and we were able to be relieved of that, then we can take all of it, and focus it outward into the world in a positive way, and do really beautiful things with it instead of wasting it on this ridiculousness of comparing ourselves to other women. (To the audience) Knowing how to have the best body that you can have, the healthiest, most capable, most vital body is what I wanted for all of you to have.
Throughout her career, Cameron Diaz has been a role model for millions of women and has not always been health conscious. She told Dr. Oz she wanted to clarify the confusion women have about their physical beings and the mechanics of the human body.
I realized that women just have so much confusion about their bodies. They were literally looking at me going, ‘how does this work? I don't understand it. I'm confused by it.’ I thought how could you be confused by something that we spend our entire lives in. So because of that confusion, we've found ourselves comparing ourselves to other people, other women.
“The Body Book” shares helpful information Cameron Diaz has learned that is the best ways to feed, move, and care for the body through healthy nutrition, exercise and the mind/body connection as used through a long-term, positive lifestyle approach.
Cameron Diaz is scheduled to appear on the January 15 airing of “The Dr. Oz Show”, and can currently be seen in “The Counselor” and in the upcoming films, “The Other Woman”, “Sex Tape”, and “Annie”.
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