Dr Oz: Best Time of Day to Lose Weight
Valerie Bertinelli joined Doctor Oz to discuss her weight loss diet that worked wonders and taught him about her Bertinelli Ribollita Soup & Anise Twists Cookies Recipes, her Eddie’s Favorite Chicken Sambal Recipe and her inspiration from Dr Oz’s Quinoa. In exchange, Dr Oz offered Valerie Bertinelli some of his own diet tips! Did you know studies actually show that doing specific things at specific times of the day can help you lose more weight and lose it faster? According to Dr. Oz, there are a few important steps you can take in the right direction to speed up your weight loss. He brought a huge fan of Valerie Bertinelli’s to the stage and she shared her own struggle with her weight and poor eating habits over the years, which led Dr. Oz to share some helpful tips.
Dr Oz: Best Time of Day to Weigh Yourself
What is the Best Time of Day to Weigh Yourself? – Dr Oz said that in the morning at 7 a.m. after you’ve used the bathroom and before you put anything in your stomach, that is the best time to weigh yourself.
Dr Oz: Best Time of Day to Cheat on Your Diet
What is the Best Time of Day to Cheat on Your Diet- or indulge, as Valerie likes to put it – Dr Oz said that the ideal time to cheat is at 2 p.m. because the body needs an energy boost, or a sugar boost, at that time of the day. Many of us start to slow down a little at that time of the day and need a little boost to get through the afternoon. It’s okay to have a snack with sugar, but the right kind of sugar is important for a sustained surge in energy. Dr. Oz says he loves chocolate for this purpose. It can be one ounce of a chocolate bar or a glass of chocolate milk, or even hot chocolate. You don’t have to feel guilty because you’ve indulged smartly.
Dr Oz: Best Time of Day to Take Fiber Supplements
What is the Best Time of Day to Take a Fiber Supplement? – Dr Oz said that the best time for added fiber intake is about 6 p.m. or fifteen minutes before you eat dinner. Some great options are fiber crackers and konjac root powder (added to water) because it’s the most powerful source of fiber and dramatically expands when added to water. On average if you take in fiber 15 minutes before a meal you’ll eat 70 calories less per meal, which translates over a year to 7 pounds of added weight loss.