Dr Oz: Kirstie Alley Health
Dr Oz talked with Kirstie Alley about her public health and weight struggles through the years. She’s keeping the weight off these days, after adjusting to her changing metabolism. She even created her own line of products, including Rescue Me, Release Me, Relieve Me and Nightingale, which she uses to manage her own health.
She said she didn’t think about what that back and forth was doing to her body. Kirstie said she was afraid to put on the purple gloves and learn whatever Dr Oz was trying to teach her. He pulled back a sheet and revealed a human heart.
Dr Oz: Yo-Yo Diet Heart Damage
“When people yo-yo diet and put weight on in general, it damages these arteries,” he said. Then he revealed an enlarged heart, which she compared to “a pigeon that came apart when it fell off a building.”
Dr Oz said that he doesn’t think her heart looks like the enlarged one, which she screamed about holding. She found that the enlarged heart was at least five times as thick as the healthy one. “No wonder people are short of breath and have heart attacks,” she said.
But you can keep your heart healthy, just like Kirstie Alley (but hopefully without all the ups and downs). Dr Oz said you can recover from what you’ve put your body through (check out his Restart Your Heart segment from another recent show).
Dr Oz: Kirstie Alley Metabolism Kit
The good news for those who identify with Kirstie is that she created her own tools and products to help herself manage her changing health and metabolism. Now she shared them with Dr Oz and the audience, admitting that she was desperate to find something that “curbs my appetite, cuts my cravings, raises my energy level naturally, also is a mild anti-inflammatory.”
Kirstie Alley Rescue Me Review
She consulted with health experts and scientists to develop the kit she’s now hawking on Dr Oz. Instead of guzzling 12 grape sodas per day, she’s now drinking a beverage sweetened with Agave and Stevia, Rescue Me.
Dr Oz: Kirstie Alley Relieve Me & Release Me Reviews
Her Relieve Me product is also a mild colon cleanse. She is not a fan of meal replacement, because she knows that people need to get their energy from calories. She makes popsicles by freezing one of her drinks, the 60-calorie afternoon beverage.
Finally, the evening supplement Release Me “has calcium magnesium” and can go in a tea or other beverage. She said it can make you slightly drowsy, while also relaxing the body.
Kirstie Alley Nightingale Review – Sleep Aid
Kirstie said she knows how many of us have trouble getting enough quality sleep. She said that can lead to excess Cortisol, which fights against you if you’re trying to lose weight. She suggested taking liquid L-Tryptophan in her Nightingale product for “a nice, gentle sleep.”
Dr Oz said that his team vetted the ingredients of Kirstie’s products and concluded they are safe. But he made it clear he is not endorsing these products. (I guess it’s OK for his guests to endorse their way to the bank. I was wondering how he would handle this, after swearing off brand names in the season premiere.)