Dr Oz: Martha Stewart Living the Good Long Life Review & Chamomile Tea

By on May 23, 2013

Dr Oz: Martha Stewart Longevity Tips

Today on the Dr. Oz Show you see Martha Stewart like you have never seen her before! She believes she has unlocked the secret to living a longer life and she is ready to share it with Dr. Oz! Also, find out how her divorce affected her life and what she thinks about the whole idea of online dating.

Dr Oz: Martha Stewart Living the Good Long Life

Martha Stewart, author of Living the Good Long Life, has focused much of her professional career on crafts and cooking, but has now shifted her attention to health and wellness and Dr. Oz is curious why she made that decision. Martha says her mother was a wonderful role model who lived a long life until she died at the age of 93, so she has a strong desire continue her legacy.

Dr Oz: How Martha Stewart Deals with Criticism

Martha Stewart told Dr. Oz she does not allow outside criticism to get her because she believes she is basically a good person doing good things. She says her focus is on helping people create wonderful recipes or decorate their home in a new way and she tries very hard not to allow the bad things people say hurt her feelings.

Dr Oz: Martha Stewart’s Online Dating

Dr. Oz asked Martha why she decided to try online dating as a way to find a man for her life. Martha’s first response was to reference her new book where she wrote that having strong personal relationships in your life is one of the best ways to increase your longevity. She says she also figured it is just like having a dog in your life, so she figured why not have a man, too. Martha Stewart told Dr. Oz she was married for nearly 30 years, has a wonderful daughter and beautiful grandchildren, but wanted to try Match.com as an experiment to see if it would work.

Dr Oz: What is Martha Stewart Looking For in a Man?

Dr. Oz did not waste any time asking Martha exactly what she is looking for in a man, love or love-making? Martha laughed in response and told Dr. Oz they could talk about it later. Dr. Oz was not going to let her the hook that easily, so he persisted and asked her what love-making is like at her age, which annoyed Martha because she says she is not old at all. Dr. Oz got a bit more serious as he pointed out Martha talked about love-making in her new book, but he says as a society we often do not want to talk about people and their bedroom activities after they reach a certain age. Martha again promised she would talk about it at another time, but also agreed with Dr. Oz that we need to talk about it more because it is very important to living a long life.

Dr Oz: Martha Stewart’s Sleep-Inducing Chamomile Tea

Martha Stewart told Dr. Oz she would never, ever open a bottle of wine or pour a cocktail if she was at home alone. She says while she knows many people that would, including Dr. Oz, she just does not feel comfortable because she has a lot of animals in her home that need her. Martha says she does love tea, however, and she shared her favorite nighttime recipe.

Chamomile Tea:

Martha Stewart's Broiled Grapefruit

Martha Stewart shared her heart-healthy recipe for Broiled Grapefruit. All you need is a grapefruit, a little sugar, and a sprinkle of cinnamon!

  • 30 Drops Passionflower Tincture
  • 15 Drops Skullcap Tincture
  • 15 Drops Milky Oat Seed Tincture

Dr Oz: Martha Stewart’s Broiled Grapefruit

Martha Stewart says grapefruit contains a generous amount of pectin, which is good for your heart.

Here is what you need:

  • 1 Grapefruit, pink or red and cut in half
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon, plus extra for sprinkling
  • 1/2 cup plain, low-fat yogurt

Here is what you need to do:

Cut the grapefruit in half and loosen the segments and pith with a sharp knife. Sprinkle each half with the brown sugar and cinnamon. Broil on a baking pan until the top is golden brown, 4 to 5 minutes. Remove from the oven and top with yogurt and and another sprinkle of cinnamon.

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Comments to Dr Oz: Martha Stewart Living the Good Long Life Review & Chamomile Tea

  1. Black tea is processed the moet and shed its green colour.
    A humble Japanese powdered tea called matcha green tea.
    Also, research has found green ttea has been a beneficial treatment oof cancer.

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