Dr Oz Fans Update: Here are the segment recaps for this episode:
- Dr Oz: The Anti-Diet Plan Devil Foods & Lose 10 Pounds in 20 Days
- Dr Oz Anti-Diet Cleanse: Lose 5 Pounds in 3 Days & Tongue Health Test
- Dr Oz: The Plan Cleanse Results & Reactive vs Non-Reactive Foods
- Dr Oz: Vitamin P=Percocet, Lab Coat Length & Doctors’ Secrets Revealed
- Dr Oz: Gynecologist Secrets Revealed & Home Remedy for Age Spots
Dr Oz Preview January 7 2013
Dr. Oz has begun the New Year with episodes devoted to getting you healthy and helping you lose weight for good. To continue with that theme, he is going to talk about a new (anti)diet plan that makes some pretty outrageous claims and promises. If someone told you that the healthy foods you are eating are making you fat, would you believe them? We are so often told that if we eat well and exercise we will be healthy and lose weight, right?
Well, on his next show Dr. Oz has The Anti-Diet: The Plan for Weight Loss and it promises to help you lose weight for good. According to Doctor Oz’s guest, Lyn-Genet Recitas, this is the breakthrough diet plan that you have been waiting for and she is going to explain how it works and why it does not even require you to exercise in order to lose weight.
Dr Oz: Lose 5 Pounds in 3 Days
Lyn-Genet Recitas calls healthy foods “devil” foods and she believes that the key to losing weight is actually chemistry and not the number of calories that you consume. Dr. Oz is going to get to the bottom of and get all of your questions answered about this cutting edge Anti-Diet plan that will help you lose weight without exercise or healthy foods.
Lyn-Genet Recitas even says that you can lose 5 pounds in just 3 days if you follow her plan. Does that seem realistic to you? Would you consider it safe to lose 5 pounds in just 3 days?
I wonder what Dr. Oz will have to say about this type of diet plan and method of losing weight, especially since he is a huge advocate for eating a well balanced diet combined with getting plenty of exercise in order to reach your health and fitness goals. Come back soon to read all about the anti-diet plan and see if it is right for you.