Dr Oz: September 13, 2010: In Case You Missed It


Doctor Oz’s “In Case You Missed It” segment for September 13, 2010 are below. Don’t forget to pass them on to a friend or family member!: September 13 2010: Dr Oz's in case you missed it

– Sign up for the free Zappos Just 10 bracelet and read about the Just 10 Pound Program.

– Remember the 5 rules to help you lose 10 pounds:

1.  Cut out sugary soda


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    HOT FLASHES – The best way to reduce and ELIMINATE. I tried this on myself and when it worked, I suggested the process to my patients. ZAP Hot Flashes be Gone!
    These sources trigger Hot Flashes:
    Caffeine * Chocolate * Sugars – white sugar, cane juice, honey, brown sugar, raw sugar, agave and fructose (derived / extracted mostly from corn and some vegetables.) Note – corn is NOT a vegetable it IS a grain.
    Syrups – corn, rice, maple (although rice and maple appear to be a lesser contributing factor.)
    Hot Beverages – Tea * Coffee * Hot chocolate * Apple Cider
    ALL Alcohol, especially Wine and Hard liquor. Beer is a yin (cooling) food so it doesn’t react quite as harshly although it is composed of grains barley or wheat,
    Sodas, Fruit Drinks (not to be confused with Pure and sweetened fruit beverages) and Coolers. The all contain sugars, preservatives, additives and alcohol (in wine and beer coolers.)
    Excess consumption of grains (wheat, corn, rice, barley, oats, potatoes, etc.) in a day, which include: cereals, breads, pasta, cookies, cakes, muffins, rice, potatoes.) These foods rapidly convert to sugar they have been highly processed (altered from their original natural state – such as cooked or white flours, pasta, breads etc.) They have been bleached, lecithin – the fat emulsifier and fibers were removed then vitamins chemically.
    Beneficial sources to Aid in Hot Flash reduction.
    Eat balanced meals containing proteins. All foods contain protein although Fruit juices have none and fruits themselves have trace amounts. You receive protein from animal flesh foods, dairy (go light on the dairy because it contains lactose which is a milk SUGAR.) Proteins are also contained in nuts, seeds, grains, vegetables, beans and legumes. Plant protein is more easily digestible and reacts more rapidly in the digestive system than beef, poultry, fish, wild game and dairy products.
    The strongest Vitamin B complex I suggest to patients – Twin Lab Stress B Complex or Twin Lab Radical Fighters, which contains antioxidants and B complex vitamins. Of course there are other high quality vitamins and that’s what your body requires especially when your diet is missing all essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids and live enzymes. The enzymes only exist in live/raw foods, cooking destroys the live enzymes. It is the enzymes that provide your body with pure essential eye-opening nutrition. The ideal sources of live enzymes are fresh pressed Vegetable Juices. This also greatly reduces Hot Flashes when drank daily.
    Important Note about B complex Vitamins; B vitamins help to combat and reduce the inner stresses: physical, mental and emotional. We experience stress everyday and the more stress we must face the greater the loss of vitamin B and C occurs in the body. Our body requires abundant B complex and hopefully we are ingesting it from food; however, we generally are quite deficient in Vitamin B. Stress comes in all aspects. We experience numerous mental and emotional daily dealings in life, plus we intake foods, beverages and tobacco all of which stress our body. Alcohol and sugar consumption fatigues our adrenal glands and exhausts the body depleting the B and C resources, therefore we need even greater amounts of B and C to compensate for the loss (concur with you health practitioner for this information.) — Dr. Sorai S. Stuart, PhD ND

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