Dr Oz: Golden Rule of Poop
You’re familiar with the almost weekly episodes where Dr Oz takes on your most embarrassing, mortifying questions. There’s nothing he won’t talk about, and he often seems especially fixated on poop. Find out Dr Oz’s Golden Rule and his solutions for Traveler’s Constipation.
Dr Oz said he’s proud that viewers can bring their burning medical questions to the table on his show. Some friends are complaining that huge Dr Oz Fans will bring up what they’ve learned at the most inopportune times. Marie’s friend and sister turned her in and made her account for the fact that she has no boundaries.
Terri questioned whether there should be some limitations on what you talk about in a professional setting. She doesn’t think Marie should bring up poop at a business dinner. She is embarrassed by Marie’s outspokenness.
Dr Oz: Traveler’s Constipation & Safe Toilet Syndrome
Are you unable to go #2 in public? There could be a reason for that. The comfort of your own toilet could be helping your nerves relax, and that’s a feeling you won’t necessarily get when you’re traveling.
Dr Oz recommended water and fiber to cure Traveler’s Constipation, or so-called Bashful Bowels. He said that Marie is equipped to be in control of her health.
Dr Oz’s Golden Rule
Here’s the solution to setting boundaries when it comes to the health of your friends and family, according to Dr Oz.
Do unto others’ health as you would want done unto yours.
He told Marie to continue to share what she has learned, but to take others’ feelings into consideration. There is a time and place for everything, right? I don’t think I’d be friends with someone who asked probing questions about my bathroom habits.
Healthy Fall Foods: Fennel & Winter Squash
Dr Oz had a few quick tips before you hit the grocery store next. These fall finds are in peak season, which means they should be affordable.
Dr Oz Portobello Mushrooms
Mushrooms contain the antioxidant selenium, which fuels the immune system. A cup of mushrooms has just 15 calories. You can saute Portobello Mushrooms like steaks for more flavor.
Dr Oz Fennel
Fennel has a texture like celery and a flavor similar to licorice. It aids digestion and can be eaten raw, roasted, or in soups.
Dr Oz Winter Squash
Winter Squash is another seasonal staple Dr Oz said to stock up on. It’s believed to be effective in fighting certain cancers and may lower the risk of macular degeneration.