Dr Oz: Personal Regimen For Your Health Needs
Millions of people have already started The Regimen, and anyone can start now! Even better, Dr Oz wanted to show viewers how to personalize The Regimen to make it work best for them. Dr Oz brought in three women who had already started on The Regimen, explaining that all three of them, as part of the plan, were drinking two cups of oolong tea, eating one cup of probiotics and four cups of prebiotics, and 1/4 cup of nuts as well as unlimited olive oil, two tablespoons of herbs and alliums, a multivitamin, 10 minutes of social engagement and seven minutes of exercise each day.
Dr Oz: Customize Your Daily Regimen
To build on The Regimen, it was necessary to create a custom checklist of things you should do on your own. To figure out specifically what will work for you, Dr Oz had a quiz that everyone can take. Keep in mind, there are no right or wrong answers. You can find the questions below:
- What do you notice first in the morning:
- Dark circles and under-eye bags
- Extra pounds
- What’s the most important to you:
- Being happy and having energy
- Reducing disease risk
- Being at ideal weight
- Which do you currently feel the most:
- In pain
- Out of breath
If you’re mostly A’s, you should customize the plan to energize and revitalize you, by working on your metabolism. If you answered mostly B’s, you want a plan that will help with disease-proofing and anti-aging. If you answered mostly C’s, you’ll want to customize the plan to help you strengthen and slim.
What did your answers tell you about the kind of plan you need?
Dr Oz: Protein Cycling To Boost Metabolism
If you need to work on your metabolism, nutritionist Haylie Pomroy was ready to help! A fast metabolism can help you burn food to use as energy, and a great way to do that is with protein cycling. Protein cycling allows your body to function on a cycle of rest and restoration as well as build and burn, but you can’t do all of them 24/7. As Haylie stated, we lose weight when we sleep, which proves that rest is just as important as exercise.
A week of protein cycling would mean low amounts of protein, 40-60 grams per day, on Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday and Thursday consume high levels of protein, 60-100 grams per day, with alkaline vegetables, and then Friday, Saturday, and Sunday stick to moderate levels of protein, 60 grams per day, to take care of your hormones. Try mixing things up by wrapping roast beef around pickles or eat a fresh veggie dip with turkey bacon chips. Don’t stick to the same foods or you’ll get bored!
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