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Dr. Oz’s Diet Tips for the Lazy Girl

It’s clear by our nations’ current health status that many, if not most, of us feel getting healthy is too much work. Or it requires giving up all the good things in life. Dr. Oz will be offering tips on how to take the easy way out and still reap health benefits. Today’s Dr. Oz Show is titled, “The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Getting Healthy.”

Now, Dr. Oz has dedicated his life to teaching people how to get healthy, so the title is a bit strange. However he’s speaking out to those who are admittedly lazy and showing them things they can do with minimum effort to gain maximum results. He tells his guest, “if you’re going to be a lazy girl, do it right.”

Dr. Oz will demonstrate how you can skip workouts and he’ll explain how one can “burn calories without exercise.” The doctor will even discuss how one can eat what they want and still lose weight and prevent cancer. He tells the guests they don’t have to cook, in fact Dr. Oz says, “you can order pizza, you can order Mexican, or Chinese.”

The doctor has several tricks to show off in this episode. He will also be explaining how there are very simple health tests even the most unmotivated can do. He’s giving away the details of the tests on the show, but one of them has something to do with stopping out bubble wrap. That does sound like a test even a lazy girl could manage.

And if all the information already seemed too good to be true, he will be explaining how indulging in chocolate will improve health. Information about how eating 20 grams of 70% cocoa will be discussed along with adding Cocoawell to a daily regimen. Cocoawell is s supplement that is derived from that cocoa plant. Recent studies have found that cocoa has more heart healthy antioxidants than some of the major super fruits such as acai berries, blueberries, cranberries, or even pomegranates. Dr. Oz will explain why he suggests taking cocoa in a pill form that has none of the sugar or calories of a dark chocolate bar.

No exercise, no cooking, and eating chocolate are all part of Dr. Oz’s healthy plan for the lazy girl. Seems too good to miss… and if it seems too good to be true it probably is.

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March 5th, 2012

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Sandra

you mentioned acid reflux...what would you suggest as treatment

posted Mar 6th, 2012 9:12 am


Jeff

Sounds like a great alternative. My wife and I cook a lot and we are going to try it. Just bought it at Best Price Nutrition for like $22.

posted Mar 5th, 2012 10:09 pm



   
 

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