Dr Oz: Save Calories At A Holiday Dinner Party
What does Dr Oz eat when he goes to a holiday party? He had secrets and hacks for enjoying a holiday party buffet, without all the calories. “The Good Life” Magazine editor Jill Herzig, said people are constantly worried about holiday weight gain and feel like there’s nothing they can do about it. Jill said it’s about coming up with a plan.
Dr Oz: Survive The Holiday Dinner Party
The first thing Dr Oz looks for is cheese because of the calcium and protein, but he doesn’t go for too much because of the calories. Then, rather than using a cracker, he sandwiches his cheese between two slices of cucumber to satisfy his want for a crunch. If you want bread, go for the bruschetta because what’s on top is tomatoes and olive oil which helps your body absorb antioxidants.
Next, look for lean protein. Remember portion control and look at the palm of your hand. The size of your palm is the size of the lean protein you should eat. As for the mini appetizers, look for omega-3 fats like smoked salmon rolls. You can also look at deviled eggs, but remember they’re higher in calories than regular eggs. It’s all about portion control!
As for dessert, try something like dark chocolate covered strawberries because they only contain about 45 calories each.
Dr Oz: What Does Shoe & Foot Type Say About Your Health?
What could your foot type and the shoe you’re wearing say about your health? A woman in stiletto heels puts 1 ton of pressure on the ground per square inch, which is equal to the weight of an elephant! Dr Oz introduced a woman who loves to wear hre heels, even while house cleaning. She wears them when she’s teaching, cleaning, and shopping. Even her sneakers have heels, because wearing flats is painful for her!
She believes women were born to wear heels! Dr Krista Archer, podiatrist, explained that because Caprice has strong back-legs, it’s comfortable for her to wear heels. If you have bunions, heels can be excrutiating. When you wear heels, you’re up on the ball of your foot, possibly leading to numbness and pain.
Caprice took off her heel, and Dr Archer explained that the front of her foot is slightly narrow and her calves are strong.
Dr Oz: Large Forefoot
The shape of your foot can make all the difference. If you have a large forefoot, it could mean bunions, hammer toes, and more of an experience of tingling or numbness when wearing heels. If you have a large forefoot, look for padding under the ball of the foot in your heels.
Dr Oz: Shoes For Low Arch & Strong Back Of The Foot
If you have a low arch, a ballet flat is bad, and a wedge is much better for supporting the food. But not all wedges are created equal. Look for wedges that aren’t skinniner underneath the arch.
Lastly, if you have a strong back of the foot, you can comfortably wear any type of shoe, but switching back and forth can be painful. It’s important to stretch out the achilles tendon to increase flexibility, so that you can comfortably wear flats when need be.
Dr Oz: Shoe-Shopping Trick
To find the best running shoe for your feet, use olive oil, a paper towel, and a brown paper bag. Pour some olive oil ont othe paper towel and then rub it on the bottom of your feet. Then step on a brown paper bag, and you’ll be left with an imprint of your foot. Compare that imprint with a chart on Dr Oz’s website, to determine if you have a normal foot, high arch, or flat foot.
At the shoe store, if you have a flat foot, you want extra support through the arch. If you have a normal foot, just get regular cushioning to support your feet.