Dr Oz: Jenny McCarthy Dairy Free Diet
Author and media personality Jenny McCarthy talked to Dr Oz about her new book, Bad Habits, and the real life bad habits she’s beaten in life, such as smoking. Next, Dr Oz wanted to know about her best health habits. Find out why she loves her Gluten Free diet and the stunning number of vitamins she takes daily.
Jenny McCarthy Gluten Free Diet
Jenny said her best health habit is that she cut out gluten and dairy from her diet. “My son saved my life,” she said. In researching ways to help her autistic son, she learned about all the advantages of a dairy-free, gluten-free diet.
“I couldn’t believe the difference removing those two things would be on my body,” she said. Though Jenny claims she’s always had good energy, she used to feel bloated and off kilter. Since changing her diet, she said her mind is clear and she has a lot more energy.
Dr Oz: Jenny McCarthy Superfood Shake & 35-40 Vitamins Daily?
Jenny starts her day by making breakfast for her son’s breakfast. She makes time to work out, drinking a super food shake and eating fiber to keep her blood sugar in balance. She is taking 35-40 vitamins every day, which even Dr Oz said sounds like a lot. She feels that she is a lot healthier since making that change along with her son.
Dr Oz: Jenny McCarthy Pregnancy Weight
When Jessica Simpson came under fire for her pregnancy body, Jenny stepped up to the other star’s defense, tweeting her own pregnancy picture and saying, “I think pregnant women look perfect just the way they are.”
During her own pregnancy, she got up to 211 pounds. She said her doctor wasn’t very supportive about helping her take control of her weight, but I guess she got through it okay, because she’s certainly taken off the weight.
Jenny admits that it took a year after giving birth to lose weight and be able to button her jeans once again.
Dr Oz: Jenny McCarthy’s Drive & Motivation
Jenny said her drive comes from her responsibilities as a single mom. She has to take care of herself and her son. And she said that seeing what her son has conquered motivates her to make sure he gets what he needs.
She seems to be in good health now, but I question whether that many vitamins can be good for your body. Are they even doing anything? How many vitamins do you take every day?