Dr Oz: How to Control Hunger
Do you feel like you’re always hungry? Maybe you find yourself grazing on sugar-y junk foods throughout the entire day! On today’s show, Doctor Oz revealed how to control your cravings any time of the day. He showed you how to start your day and how coffee and cookies (like Caveman Cookies, David’s Tea and Hunger Blasting Bloody Mary’s) could actually help you lose weight. (Wait? What? Cookies? Sign me up!) Plus, try the Appetite Suppressants that he spoke about as well!
Dr Oz: Bloody Mary Recipe
Jeanette, an audience member, told Dr Oz that she had trouble controlling her appetite. She was hungry on stage and even admitted that she just had a big breakfast. Doctor Oz says to help control your appetite, try his Hunger Blasting Bloody Mary at 8:00 a.m.
Hunger Blasting Bloody Mary
1 C tomato juice
3 dashes of hot sauce
½ tsp horseradish
Mix the ingredients in a glass. Add 1 stalk of celery and enjoy! This drink contains
capsaicin, which reduces hunger. Studies indicated that those who had capsaicin took in fewer calories throughout the day. Jeanette tried it and liked it, stating it had a “kick” to it. (And before you inquire—no alcohol in this Blood Mary!)
Caveman Cookies Review
By afternoon, Jeanette said she was famished. She said she munched on carbs, like chips and pretzels, in the afternoon, and then ended her binge on a sweet note.
Dr Oz says to help feed your hunger, at 3:00 p.m, try 1 espresso and 2 protein cookies. Espresso alters gut hormones to trick your body into thinking it’s full. Caveman Cookies are a delicious protein snack that comes in different flavors.
Dr Oz: David’s Fennel Tea Review
Jeanette said in the evening after dinner, she was still hungry, so she ate more. In fact, the other evening, she woke up and snuck a biscuit. (Even I’m not that bad!)
To help curb your cravings, Dr Oz says to have 1 cup of David’s Tea (fennel tea) at 10:00 p.m. to help prevent binging at night. Fennel tea resets your taste buds to reduce craving and to get rid of next morning cravings.