Dr Oz: Exhaustion Remedies
Dr Oz gave a list of Weird Reasons You’re Tired. Okay, so you’ve established that you’re exhausted all day long, but what next? On today’s show, Doctor Oz shows you 4 bizarre remedies to bust fatigue, and who does not love Whole Body Remedies?
Isabelle, an audience member, told Doctor Oz that since seeing a previous show on exhaustion, she had run out and gotten a vitamin B12 shot—and she hated shots!
She needed more energy throughout her day and was looking for more natural ways to get it.
Eggs & Cantaloupe Fight Exhaustion
Try eating an eggs and cantaloupe combination for breakfast to jumpstart your day. You’ll get the protein from the eggs, which helps to slow down digestion, plus, you’ll get energy from the natural sweetness in the cantaloupe. (Dr Oz says you can use any fruit alongside the eggs.)
- 2 scrambled eggs
- Side of cantaloupe
Cordyceps Mushrooms Fight Fatigue
This supplement grows out of the head of a caterpillar and is a parasitic fungus. (Yuck! Anyone else just cross this one off their list?) The fungus eventually replaces the caterpillar and is the part used for the supplement.
- 3 grams per day
- world class Olympic athletes take this product
- alleviates tiredness
Click on the following link to read more about Cordyceps and how it can also fight against Breast Cancer and Skin Cancer: Cordyceps.
Dr Oz: Nopal Cactus Supplements
Doctor Oz has talked about this supplement on his show before, but has used the name Prickly Pear and mentioned how it helps treat Diabetes. Nopal Cactus is commonly found in the US deserts and is sold in fresh, dry, gel, and supplement form.
Nopal Cactus Dosage:
- 1000 mg per day
- also reduces inflammation
- helps the liver detoxify the body
The Walrus Exercise
The Walrus exercise boosts your metabolism and stretches out your back muscles. (Oh, c’mon, you knew Doctor Oz was going to sneak in exercise somehow!)
To do The Walrus:
- Lean forward
- Lie on the ground
- Place arms to your side
- Put hands on top of you like you’re swimming
- Pull yourself up into a walrus move
Repeat several times.