Dr Oz Rooibos Tea Weight Loss Review, Big Belly Diet & Big Bottom Diet

Dr Oz Body Type Diet

Dr Oz’s July 2, 2012 show is packed full of weight loss tips including the Body Type Diet that can help you whether you are looking for a Big Belly Diet or a Big Bottom Diet.  He also spoke about how to lose weight with products like Rooibos Tea.  And if you want to look thinner instantly while you work on losing weight, you definitely want to checkout Dr Oz’s Slimming Clothing because he showed a fabulous red dress that hides a big bottom and Robert Verdi told Dr Oz about clothes to hide your problem areas.  If you have tried to the Dr Oz Body Type Diet, whether it be the Big Belly Diet from this show (or even the previous Big Belly Diet!), the Big Bottom Diet or even the Anti-Inflammatory Diet, please leave a comment below and share with everyone what worked or did not work for you!  I would especially love to hear from anyone who tried the Dr Oz Anti-Inflammatory Toast!

Comments

  1. Peter Proudlock says

    Rooibos is its own plant is in no way related to the tea plant. There are many varieties of tea, and many tea stores sell many other drinks made from plant infusions (or steeping); fruits, flowers and rooibos are among these. Strange that we would never call an infusion of the ground coffee bean “tea” yet often err with other plants.
    As a doctor you would not carelessly miss-label medical terminology, nor suffer its misusage when you hear others carelessly misusing medical terminology without making note of it. Therefore, it would be nice to see you please put a clarification in your most always accurate great e-newletter, on the common misnomer of calling all infusions “tea”. Tea is tea and rooibos is rooibos. Thank you.
    And also a thank you for your great show in the otherwise often mundane world of medicine; your newsletter is greatly appreciated as I cannot often watch your show (strange how work gets in the way of life at times…).

  2. says

    What type of Rooibos Tea, I noticed that it comes in different flavors and different types. Which one is the best?

  3. Memah says

    Hi Dr.Oz,what does the container of the Rooibos Tea look like, I’m trying to find it in my local grocers.

  4. Margaret Smith says

    Dr Oz, Your show is one of my favorite, and I have learned a lot by watching.
    There are many of us out there that are over 65 years of age, and my group
    of seniors need some of our issues addressed on your show. I would be
    pleased if you could add this age bracket issues to your show..
    Thank you, Margaret Smith (425)-746-1420.

  5. says

    Rooibos is naturally caffeine free, low in tannins and known just as much for its delicious flavor as it is for its numerous health benefits. Traditionally, the fine needle-like leaves from the Aspalathus linearis or wild rooibos plant were cut and bundled in the high mountainous regions of South Africa before being oxidized in the sun where they would gain their distinct reddish-brown color. Non-oxidized rooibos or green rooibos is available as well. Learn more by visiting the Nature’s Tea Leaf website.

  6. says

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  7. Mary Nader says

    Dr. Oz,
    . On one of your shows you were taking about the benefits of drinking Rooibos Tea, then I remember at the end of that segment you saying “drink it once a day”. Can you drink it only once a day? Or is drinking it more often ok as well?
    . Love your show, you’ve made me want to take better care of myself!
    . God Bless You, Mary Nader

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