Dr Oz: Papaya Stops Osteoarthritis Pain & Exercises to Melt Away Pain


Dr Oz: The Melt Method for Pain Relief

Dr. Oz discussed how the Melt Method can melt away all types of pain without any type medication and he revealed pain comes from the dehydration of our connective tissue. The Melt Method can even help someone with severe migraines get rid of them forever.

Dr Oz: Pain Prevention Water Drink Recipe

If you are a fan of Dr. Oz then you know inflammation is the cause of most problems in the body, including pain. Sue Hitzmann, creator of the Melt Method, said medicine is not always the best answer for pain. She said there are foods that increase inflammation, but there are also foods and drinks that decrease inflammation. One of the best inflammation fighting drinks is her pain prevention drink. Mix all the ingredients below together and start drinking.

  • 24 ounces of water
  • 1 tablespoon liquid ginger or fresh ginger shavings
  • 1/8 teaspoon liquid cayenne pepper or a pinch of fresh cayenne
  • 1 lemon, sliced

Dr Oz: One Serving Of Papaya Eases Pain From Osteoarthritis

Dr. Oz is always telling viewers to eat more colorful vegetables and Hitzmann agreed. She said she always recommends one serving of papaya and one serving of strawberries to any of her patients with osteoarthritis because it will help reduce inflammation and ease their pain. But it isn’t just for patients with osteoarthritis. Try adding some to your diet today.

Dr Oz: Papaya Stops Osteoarthritis Pain & Exercises to Melt Away Pain

Dr. Oz and Sue Hitzmann went over the best foods to help osteoarthritis pain and she showed the audience three three-minute exercises to ease pain forever.

Dr Oz: White Fish Rich In Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Another essential nutrient Hitzmann suggested adding to your diet is Omega-3 fatty acids. She said they will reduce inflammation and end pain if you eat three servings every week. She suggested eating some blue fish or white fish because they are low in mercury and high in Omega-3s.


Dr Oz: Three Buckwheat Servings a Day Eases Pain

Anther type of food that can reduce inflammation in the body and ease chronic pain is whole grains. Although not all whole grains will reduce inflammation, Hitzmann said buckwheat and wild rice are both great options because they are non-gluten based whole grains. These are important because they not only help to reduce inflammation and pain, but they also help to rebuild your muscle. Hitzmann said to try eating three servings every day to ease pain.

Dr Oz: Three Minute Moves To Melt Pain

Hitzmann shared some of her exercise moves to keep you pain-free and they only take three minutes of your time to complete. She said she likes to do these exercises when she is brushing her teeth since it takes her about the same amount of time to do both.

Foot Exercise With Soft Squishy Ball – This exercise will get the moisture moving in the connective tissue in your feet and push more moisture throughout the body. Hitmann added a well-hydrated spine is essential to being pain-free all day.

Hip Move For Back Pain – For this exercise you want to use a soft roller, or rolled up towel, and sit on one cheek of your butt and slowly roll back and forth. This prepares the tissue for the fluid exchange. Stop rolling and open and close your legs several times to finish this move.

Neck & Back Pain – This exercise is done with both hands and a squishy ball while applying gentle pressure so the connective tissue is ready for moisture, especially in the neck area, the area most people feel pain.

Dr Oz: Health Charades

Dr. Oz’s viewers thought they could outsmart him so they challenged him to a game of health charades. He had just 45 seconds to figure out each one and while some were pretty easy, others posed a bit of a challenge, but as always, Dr. Oz was a wonderful sport!



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