Dr Oz: Drugstore Energy Products
While you’re at the drugstore for your Free Health Tests and supplements, there are plenty of other items worth checking out. Dr Oz previously featured Drugstore Best Buys, but today he focused on the energy boosters you can find in drugstores to replace the sugary sodas or energy drinks you’re relying on to make it through your daily routine. Find out how products like Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo or Burts Bees Orange Shampoo can fuel your energy all day long.
Audience member Dana said her office job has her reaching for an energy drink for a midday boost. If it’s not an energy drink, she chooses caffeine to help her push through, but she’d prefer to try some natural alternatives.
Dr Oz: Cocoa Roasted Almonds Vs Cinnamon Roasted Almonds
Cocoa Roasted Almonds and Cinnamon Roasted Almonds are hidden energy boosters you can find on drugstore shelves. Look in the snack aisle for these coated nuts designed to use Magnesium to help the body turn sugar into usable energy. These are great to keep on hand for a healthy midday snack boost.
Dr Oz: Whey Protein Shake
Whey Protein is a supplement product found at drugstores and health food stores. It works by releasing hormones that make the body’s energy use more efficient. Dana sampled a shake and she said it was delicious.
Desert Essence Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo Review
As long as you’re at the drugstore, swing by the beauty aisle and look for Desert Essence Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo. This citrus shampoo, like many citrus scents, boosts energy levels naturally.
Burt’s Bees Gud Orange Petalooza Shampoo Review
You can also look for Burt’s Bees Gud Orange Petalooza Shampoo, another citrus scent that can fuel your day from the very beginning. (The aromatic properties of water in the shower will help you get a great dose of the citrus scents as you wash your hair.)
Mint Gum for Energy
Choosing a sugarless mint gum at the checkout line is another way to keep yourself going throughout the day. Chewing gum has been shown to reduce stress in the temporal lobes, and the chewing action stimulates the external regions of the skull.