Today on The Doctors, Dr. Travis Stork will be be uncovering the Secrets of Losing Your Gut for Good. This will be his first time doing the show as a sole host. Dr. Stork works as an ER physician and one of the first things he examines in his patients is the amount of belly fat they have. This information can tell him how easily someone might recover from injury and if they can expect to face future health issues like diabetes, heart disease, cancer and others.
Some of the things that will be shared on Dr. Stork’s first-ever solo show are the foods that can help get rid of extra belly fat, statistics on how extra weight can affect your health, little things to do to make a difference in belly fat and some of the best snacks available. As a preview to the show, we’ve listed the top five belly-busting foods Dr. Stork will be sharing:
Beans: Choose dried beans over canned whenever possible. They are a great food because they fill you up without filling you out.
Eggs: Eggs are full of muscle building protein and the vitamin B12 in egg yolks are an energy booster that keeps red blood cells healthy.
Berries: Full of antioxidants, it is better to eat whole berries rather than to drink only the juice.
Dairy: Have three lean or low-fat servings of dairy each day to decrease your chances of being overweight by 60 percent.
Whole Grains: Having whole grains that are minimally processed can add fiber to your diet and keep you full. Items higher in fiber and less processed are your best choices.
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Tune in to Rachael Ray on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 as Jillian Michaels and Dr. Travis Stork from The Doctors join the show.
The two will be offering twice the advice as they answer health and fitness questions from the audience.
Be sure to catch their great advice to everyday questions this Tuesday.
Tune in to the Rachael Ray show for a fresh interview with Dr. Travis Stork, of The Doctors. Viewers will get the chance to enter to win his newest book, The Lean Belly Prescription.
The Lean Belly Prescription explores the concept of non-exercise aerobic thermogenesis, or NEAT, to help readers understand how to cut down on belly fat. The book recommends making small changes to your everyday routine that readers will be able to sustain. Belly fat has been linked to more diseases and health conditions than fat stored in other parts of the body, which is why trimming inches from your waistline may be important for your health–not just your figure.
Check your local listings for show times.
If you carry a few extra pounds around your midsection, then you’ve probably already heard about the dangers of excess abdominal fat. Medical experts have suggested that carrying excess weight around your middle, rather than around your hips, thighs and buttocks, can lead to dangerous conditions, including certain types of cancer and heart disease.
One such medical professional is Dr. Travis Stork, who frequently notices patients carrying excess abdominal fat when he treats them in the emergency department. Stork, a practicing physician and host of “The Doctors,” has written “The Lean Belly Prescription: The Fast and Foolproof Diet & Weight-Loss Plan from America’s Top Urgent-Care Doctor,” a guide to help you lose dangerous belly fat for good without feeling like you are on a diet.
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