Dr Oz 5 Diet Myths with Science Bob
So far Dr. Oz has unlocked some of the biggest dieting myths around. His Five Diets Myths Busted have already included whether eating fat actually makes you fatter as well as whether or not drinking more water will help you lose more weight. I have to say that a few of the truths have surprised me, but watching as Dr. Oz and Science Bob have done a few fiery experiments to demonstrate their answers has made it highly entertaining and pretty memorable. Are there any diets myths you wish that Dr. Oz would bust? Well, maybe he has the truth to one that you have always wondered about, like whether getting older means that we will inevitably gain weight. What do you think? Is that a myth or is it the truth?
Is Weight Gain Inevitable As You Get Older?
Possibly one of the most frustrating myths that many of us believe, especially women, is that gaining weight is inevitable as we age. A lot of us think that no matter how well we eat and how much we exercise, the weight is going to just keep adding up and there is probably nothing we can do about it. As we get older, our muscles shrink, which leads to more fat being produced in the body, especially in those who move less than they did when they were younger. Dr. Oz says that it is absolutely a diet myth that we will inevitably gain weight as we get older. He says you simply have to move more to be able to burn off that extra fat that has built up, but another important step to take is to eat less calories. The question is, how many calories do you have to cut? For every 10 years after the age of 40 you have to cut 50 calories out of your diet every day.
Dr Oz Chicken Soup Cures Cold
Do you think you can separate Myth from Truth? Which one of these is actually true?
- Should you treat a burn with ice?
- Should you tilt your head back to stop a nose bleed?
- Does chicken soup cure colds?
Did you take a guess? Are you pretty confident of you answer or are you thinking they are all true? Are you wondering if any of them are actually true? Well, the answer might surprise you because it is that Chicken Soup can help cure a cold. Dr. Oz says this is because the hot soup can clear up congestion and the nutrients in it can calm inflammation in the body that occurs when you are sick. Was that the one you thought was true or did you learn something new today? Either way, it might be time to hit the kitchen and make a big pot of chicken soup or stock up on your favorite canned brand just in case you or someone in your family gets sick.