Dr Oz: Fit Bit, Wine Trax & Cuisipro Fat Separator


Dr Oz: Gadgets to Drop A Dress Size

Dr Oz did a segment to introduce us to gadgets that will help you lose a dress size.  You can lose over 15 pounds a year with gadgets like the Fit Bit pedometer that clips onto your sleeve, Wine Trax measured wine glasses and the Cuisipro Fat Separator.  Doctor Oz gave all of these weight loss gadgets to everyone in his audience for free!

Dr Oz: Wine Trax Review

Doctor Oz’s first question was, women who drink moderate amounts of wine gain less weight, so what amount of wine should women drink?  Dr Oz Fit Bit Pedometer4 ounces, 6 ounces or 8 ounces?  The answer is that you should drink 4 ounces of wine to minimize stress, which in turn helps your body to store less belly fat.  But if you drink more than 4 ounces of wine, you will be consuming too many calories and thus you will gain weight.  Dr Oz gave everyone a new type of wine glass called Wine Trax which look elegant but still have marking on the inside of the glasses so that you know exactly how much wine you are drinking.

Dr Oz: Cuisipro Fat Separator

Dr Oz’s second question was, which food has more saturated fat and calories: skim milk, roasted skinless chicken or low fat cheddar cheese?  Don’t be fooled by the words “low fat,” because the low fat cheddar cheese is actually the worst for you.  Doctor Oz gave everyone in his audience the Cuisipro Deluxe Fat Separator that has a spout on the bottom so that when you pour gravy, you get the layer of broth underneath the layer of fat.

Dr Oz: Fit Bit Tracker Pedometer Review

Doctor Oz’s final question was how many steps does the average American take every day? 5,000 steps, 9,0000 steps or 12,000 steps?  The answer is that the average person is only taking 5,000 steps a day, and you really need to walk 10,000 steps a day.  By walking the extra 5,000 steps daily, you will lose an extra 15 pounds a year.  The Fit Bit is a fancy pedometer that you can clip onto your sleeve, pants, belt or even onto your bra strap.  It tracks your activity all day and then uploads the results to your computer so that you can track how many steps you take every day.  If you know how active you are today, you will try to beat it today.  And of course, everyone in Dr Oz’s audience went home with their own Fit Bit Tracker!


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