Dr Oz: The All-Day Energy Diet Review
Dr Oz said that many people are looking for a way to find more energy instead of feeling depleted and drained. The good news is there is a plan to Boost Your Energy in Just 7 Days.
Eating the right foods helps move energy through your body to its vital organs, keeping you going strong all day long. But eating the wrong foods can back up those pipes and leave you running on empty.
Dr Oz: Nutritionist Yuri Eklaim
Nutritionist and trainer Yuri Elkaim, author of The All-Day Energy Diet, said he spent 20 years of his life battling common ailments, feeling sluggish after a full night’s sleep, and struggling to find energy.
Yuri said he did not get the answers from the medical community, so he pursued a career as a trainer and nutritionist. That’s how he learned about the huge difference foods make in your energy levels.
Now he says you can start to see improvements in 24-48 hours, with an average person starting to see results within seven days.
Dr Oz: Alkaline Foods Energize Kidneys
The first step is to eat Alkaline Foods that will energize the Kidneys. Foods become Acidic or Alkaline once they are metabolized. Most plant foods will turn into Alkalines, which makes greens and other vegetables a great go-to source.
Almonds, Pumpkin Seeds, Mushrooms, and Fruits can also have Alkaline benefits. Dr Oz did a demonstration to illustrate the difference between Alkaline and Non-Alkaline Foods. Acidic foods can force your Kidneys to work harder.
Elkaim said you should aim for eight to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. Get as many as you can, and think of a serving as the size of your fist.
Dr Oz: Sprouts Boost Vitamins and Minerals
Sprouts can benefit the body by delivering vitamins and minerals. Hydrating the nuts, beans, and legumes you may be familiar with lets them germinate and “come to life.” Science has shown that Chickpea and Lentil sprouts are more nutritious and easier to absorb.
Dr Oz: Energy Fats For Brain Power
How can Energy Fats boost the power of your brain? Heart healthy fats are also good for the brain and other organs. Some fats are really good for us (but others can have harmful effects). Here are some examples.
- Saturated Fats – Butter & Coconut Oil
- Monounsaturated Fats – Avocado & Olive Oil
- Polyunsaturated Fats – Anchovies & Sardines
Dr Oz: Raw Food Energizes The Gut
Eat a plate of 50% raw food to energize your gut. Yuri told Dr Oz that raw foods are high in food enzymes, which help the body to be more effective when it comes to digestion. That means your body will have more energy to expend on other processes.
Dr Oz: Lukewarm Lemon Water
Lukewarm Lemon Water can wake up the organs, according to this diet plan. Drinking it in the morning will help flush toxins from the Liver. You can also try this before any meal, which will help the stomach produce more acid for digestion.
Dr Oz said that Lemon Water is a popular technique in many cultures, and he thinks there must be some truth to the persistent idea.
Dr Oz: Energy Move Boosts Circulation
Yuri said that “sitting is really the new smoking,” so you want to get moving to turn your mood around. You can make quick changes by doing a Jump and Pump. Jump up from your seat and do a fist pump to start turning things around.
Get more details and tips from Yuri’s book, The All-Day Energy Diet.