Dr Oz & Jennifer Lopez
International superstar Jennifer Lopez was Dr Oz’s guest for a discussion about bodies, beauty, and love. Be sure to try her Berry Good Smoothie! She broke the mold and helped make curves cool. Dr Oz wondered whether all those years under scrutiny in the spotlight had taken their toll on the performer.
Lopez said that she has adjusted to her fame over time, and she tries to be gracious about it. Her focus is on health for her body, mind, and spirit. Just in case you thought she is truly perfect, she did say she has neck problems, as well as lower back pain thanks to her stylish heels.
Dr Oz: Jennifer Lopez Butt
Jennifer Lopez is known in part for her physical appearance, and Dr Oz pointed out that her butt has always gotten plenty of attention. When she started in the business, Lopez said curves were rare.
But growing up in the Bronx, she knew that this body type was common. She also recalled how much her father loved her mother’s large backside, which reinforced for Jennifer as a child that this is beautiful. She established a positive body image for herself early in life.
Dr Oz: Jennifer Lopez Loves Water
Lopez said she put on some weight after having children, but she also enjoyed her post-baby belly right after giving birth. However, within a few days, she changed her mind. To get back in shape, she chose to do a triathlon, which I don’t think she would recommend to others. But the good news for her is that it worked.
What does the star do to stay in good health regularly? Jennifer said she loves to drink water all day long. She does not track how much she drinks, but she keeps it with her constantly. After asking a TMI question, Dr Oz told Jennifer that if your urine is clear, it’s a sign that you are getting plenty of water.
Dr Oz: Jennifer Lopez Meditation + ‘True Love’ Book
Jennifer Lopez does not have many vices (at least none that she is admitting to). She said that she does not smoke or drink, and she shoots for seven to nine hours of sleep nightly.
Her routine also includes Meditation, with daily affirmations. Once she learned to control and reset the negative self-thoughts, it changed her whole day.
She also shared a journey of self-exploration in the recent book True Love, which tells the story of her 2011-12 world tour. That’s when she reexamined her past relationships and realized the importance of loving yourself.
Lopez said her music is autobiographical, and her life experiences so far have taught her the importance of loving herself, while also being responsible for her choices. Check out more of J.Lo’s conversation with Dr Oz.