Dr Oz: Low Glycemic Vegetables & Two-Week Weight Loss Diet Foods


Dr Oz: How To Eat As Much As You Want and Drop Pounds Fast

Dr Oz kicked off the show with his brand new Two Week Weight Loss Diet plan, explaining the foods to eliminate for 14 days. He had his whole audience put it to the test, and they lost an average of nine pounds. But it’s not just about giving things up. Try his diet Breakfast Smoothie Recipe, Hot Lemon Water, and unlimited Low Glycemic Vegetables. Here are the simple ingredients you need for this recipe:


  1. Sondra says

    Hi Dr.Oz love you and your show:could you please tell me if I can do without the bath,soda,salt bath.it is hard for me to get up and Down in the tub.and can I drink black coffee after I drink the lemon an green tea.thats how I drink coffee is black.an can I take my portion of brown rice and use that amount in brown rice flour to coat fish,chicken ect.thank you in advance,soundra

    • Sendy Kev says

      The bath was just a suggestion for a more thorough detox. I’ve never done the bath because of a faulty tub and I’ve lost 9lbs in 10 days. And there are reasons why many diets ban coffee from their programs. Dr Hyman (Guest & contributor on the Dr. Oz Show) lists 10 here:http://drhyman.com/blog/2012/06/13/ten-reasons-to-quit-your-coffee/
      Can’t help you with the brown rice issue, but I’ve always used the stir fry technique with each portion of rice and added a bunch of vegetables. Many times, it’s so much food, I divvy it up into 2 and save for later.

    • Sendy Kev says

      No sweeteners period. It’s a diet but also part detox in a way because you’re kinda cleansing your body of carbs and sugar. Cutting out all sweeteners is supposed to help your body heal from it’s sugar dependency.

  2. Maria says

    I tried this and have lost 11 pounds in 14days. The yogurt I used it also like tartar sauce. You add some relish and you have tartar sauce and it taste just like it.

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