Dr Oz Weight Loss Products
Dr Oz did a segment on Weight Loss Must Haves that included a Halsa Mat, a T-Fal Actifry and PGX Daily Fiber Supplements or PGX Fiber Sticks. Each of Doctor Oz’s Weight Loss Products seem simple to use and I cannot wait to get my hands on them so that I can write my own personal reviews for you!
Dr Oz: Halsa Mat Review
Doctor Oz’s first Weight Loss Must Have is the Halsa Mat, which costs $40 and is a mat that has thousands of little spikes that stimulate your body’s acupressure points. Who knew that you could lose weight simply by lying down on a mat? Dr Oz demonstrated how you just lie down on the Halsa Mat for a few minutes and take a few deep breaths. The acupressure therapy helps your Cortisol Levels to drop, which in turn gets rid of your belly fat. Everyone in Dr Oz’s audience got a Free Halsa Mat!
Dr Oz: PGX Daily Fiber Supplements
Dr Oz’s second Weight Loss Must Have is a product called PGX Daily. The average woman gets only 12 grams of fiber per day, rather than the 25-30 grams of fiber that helps to prevent weight gain. Doctor Oz said that they use PGX Daily Granule Sticks or Softgels in the Oz Household. He personally prefers the PGX Fiber Sticks which you can sprinkle on your berries, yogurt or even add to water. He said that PGX Fiber Supplements are the most powerful source of fiber that we know of. Fiber is so important because it helps to dump the sugar out of your blood stream so that you do not have dramatic up’s and down’s and you stay stable emotionally and physically throughout the day.
Dr Oz: T-Fal Actifry Review
Dr Oz’s final Weight Loss Product was the T-Fal Actifry ($250), which is a great way to have your favorite junk foods like chicken wings, potato chips and fries, all at a fraction of the calories. Doctor Oz showed how you just have to slice up raw potatoes and add them to the T-Fal Actifry along with about 1/2 TB of olive oil, which promotes weight loss. You close the lid, set the timer, and in 20-25 minutes you have the most perfect french fries. Dr Oz’s assistant said the fries were delicious, and they only has 200 calories, compared to the 1400 calories found in fries at a fast food restaurant.