Dr. Oz On Oprah

On July 22, 2007, Dr. Oz was the guest on Oprah. He spoke of dieting and health issues. It was truly, an informative show.

Dr. Oz spoke of adding fiber to our diets. Fiber helps us to keep our blood sugar levels even, and curbs our hunger. Dr. Oz, also spoke of how important it is, to eat breakfast.

I use Fiber One to my morning smoothie, as a way of increasing my fiber intake. (See Add Fiber To Your Diet, With Fiber One Cereal) . I recently purchased Fiber One Bars, which I use as a snack, and have found them to be quite tasty. Fresh fruits and vegetables are also high in fiber.

Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen have a great website, called www.realage.com. It’s a site filled with tons of diet and health information, plus you can take the “real age” test.

Listening to Dr. Oz and Oprah, losing weight has a very easy formula-decrease your caloric intake, and increase your level of activity. Granted, that’s easier said than done, however, that just reinforces the fact that no one weight loss plan, has the “secret” to weight loss.

UPDATE: On November 1, 2007, Dr. Oz made another guest appearance on Oprah. He discussed more on aging. For links to the show, read the article I wrote, titled:Oprah and Dr. Oz Discuss The Effects Of Stress

On November 5, 2007, Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen, made a repeat performance on Oprah. The topic for this show was More anti-aging tips, and green drinks.


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3 Responses to Dr. Oz On Oprah

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  2. Deborah Goetze says:

    I followed the directions for making the “green drink” and found it to be way too thick to “drink”. I added some water then some organic lemonade and ice cubes. It was still too thick so I added more water. Now it’s still not totally drinkable, but very bland as well. What’s the secret?

  3. Hi Deborah,

    I found it to be pretty thick too, so I just added more water (no ice cubes). You might try experimenting with different apples, too, as some are more flavorful than others. I’ve thought of adding additional fruits to it for a different flavor, too, but haven’t yet.

    I think it becomes one of those things we have to acquire a taste for.

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