Dr Oz Recap March 6 2013
Dr. Oz devoted this episode to helping you live longer with his longevity prescription! He made food and medication recommendations that will not only help prevent heart disease and cancer, but will also fight diabetes while helping you add years to your life! Learn about a few super grains that you may have never heard of before today as well as what to look for at the grocery store to avoid whole grain traps!
Dr Oz: Aspirin Dose Recommendation & Does Beer Improve Your Longevity?
Dr. Oz shared his longevity prescription and some of his recommendations might just surprise you! He said by making a few simple changes to your diet and lifestyle you can literally add years to your life and improve the health of every organ in your body!
Dr Oz: Tomato Paste Prevents Heart Disease & Avocados Improve Liver
Dr. Oz is on a mission to help you live a longer life and prevent the mostly deadly diseases, like heart disease and cancer. He offered a shopping list of foods that each work to improve the function of your heart, liver and kidneys. Find out what food can even fight lung cancer!
Dr Oz: Kamut Super Grain Boosts Energy & Is Buckwheat Gluten-Free?
Dr. Oz and Nutritionist Heidi Skolnik outlined the most powerful super grains that should be in your pantry right now! Did you know that buckwheat is actually not wheat at all, but rather a gluten-free grain that can improve your circulation? Find out what other amazing benefits this super grain has to offer!
Dr Oz: Whole Grain Quiz & Look For Whole Grain Stamp On Food Labels
Dr. Oz warned about common whole grain traps at the grocery store and shared how you can avoid being fooled by them! Take his whole grain quiz to see how much you really know about their nutritional value and come away feeling armed with the knowledge you need to shop more savvy!
In case you missed anything:
- Dr Oz: Aspirin Dose Recommendation & Does Beer Improve Your Longevity?
- Dr Oz: Tomato Paste Prevents Heart Disease & Avocados Improve Liver
- Dr Oz: Kamut Super Grain Boosts Energy & Is Buckwheat Gluten-Free?
- Dr Oz: Whole Grain Quiz & Look For Whole Grain Stamp On Food Labels