Dr Oz: Weight-Loss Sundae, Chromium Polynicotinate & Red Drink Recipe

Dr Oz’s Red Drink

Dr Oz’s Show on August 19, 2011 was a massive Surprise Party!  Even Doctor Oz himself got a big surprise when he kids showed up.  Dr Oz spoke about different tips to help us live a better and longer in life in just one minute every day.  For example, by taking 200 mcg of Chromium Polynicotinate, you can help decrease your chances of getting Diabetes.  And if you are looking to boost the iron in your body (many people – especially women – are Anemic or generally low in Iron), and to help your blood flow better, you should try Dr Oz’s Red Drink Recipe that is made with beets.

Dr Oz: Weight-Loss Plateau Sundae Recipe

Dr Oz also did a segment on a Weight-Loss Plateau Sundae, which is a great dish to eat for Dr Oz Weight Loss Sundaebreakfast to help you lose weight.  The Breakfast Sundae is made of delicious ingredients like a banana, strawberries, low-fat Greek yogurt, ground flaxseed, unsweetened coconut and Matcha Green Tea.  Doctor Oz was pretty convincing about the Matcha Green Tea being a great “secret ingredient” for helping all of us to lose weight when we start to plateau!  And how adorable was it to see Joseph do a surprise proposal to his girlfriend Stephanie… absolutely perfect for a Surprise Party Show!


  1. Elizabeth says

    I was enthusiastic about that Weight-Loss Sundae UNTIL I priced that matcha green tea powder. WOW!!! That stuff is REALLY expensive. For example, $12.00 for one ounce!!!!

    No way can I afford to buy matcha green tea powder!!

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