Dr Oz: Drugstore Energy Boosters
Do you find it difficult to make it through your day without some sort of caffeine fix? (Yeah, me too!) On today’s show, Doctor Oz urged you to put down that soda and sugary energy drink because he revealed his drugstore cures to help boost your energy. You can do it with simple products like cocoa roasted almonds, cinnamon roasted almonds, Desert Essence Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo, Gud Burts Bees Orange Petalooza Shampoo, mint gum and whey protein shakes. Find out which surprising supplements and energy boosting shampoos will help you cruise through your day—without the pills.
Dana, an audience member, told Dr Oz that she was in the office all day and by mid-day she reached for a quick energy boost by way of caffeinated soda or some type of energy drink. She was looking for more natural ways to help boost her energy.
Cocoa Roasted Almonds & Cinnamon Roasted Almonds
Cocoa Roasted Almonds and Cinnamon Roasted Almonds are energy boosters that are found right in the food aisle at your local drugstore. Specially coated nuts are high in magnesium to convert sugar to energy. Keep a few in your desk drawer to snack on when you feel your energy levels decreasing.
Dr Oz: Whey Protein Shake
Whey protein is found in the supplement aisle in your local drugstore. Whey protein releases hormones to help you use energy better. Dana tried whey protein in a shake and said it was “delicious.”
Dr Oz: Desert Essence Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo Review
Take a quick detour to the beauty aisle in your local drugstore. Desert Essence Lemon Tea Tree Essence is a citrus shampoo. You can buy it here. Dr Oz says citrus smells boosts energy levels. Try any shampoo that has a natural citrus scent.
Dr Oz: Gud Burts Bees Orange Petalooza Shampoo Review
Gud Burts Bees Orange Petalooza Shampoo is another shampoo option to help boost your energy. The orange citrus-y scent will help get you going. You can buy ithere.
Mint Gum Boosts Energy
Dr Oz said that as you head to the checkout counter, reach for some gum—especially mint flavored sugarless gum. Studies indicate that chewing gum is associated with reducing stress in your temporal lobes by getting your external skull moving.