Dr Oz: Cut Cancer Risk In Half + How Restaurant Menus Make You Overeat


Dr Oz October 6 2014 Preview

Recapo Update: Here are the segments from this episode:

On October 6, Dr. Oz will have yet another informative yet shocking episode for all his interested viewers. He’ll share ways you can not only lower you cancer risk, but actually slash it in half. Plus, he’ll explain how restaurant menus are causing you to overeat.

Dr Oz: Cut Cancer Risk In Half + How Restaurant Menus Make You Overeat

Dr. Oz will explain how you can possibly cut your cancer risk in half. Then, he’ll share ways restaurants are misleading your into ordering something you probably shouldn’t. (rangizzz / Shutterstock.com)

Dr Oz: Cut Cancer Risk In Half

Just about everyone either knows someone who has dealt with cancer, or has dealt with it themselves. Cancer affects a lot of people, and there are so many forms of it that it’s hard to keep track. Being that it’s breast cancer awareness month, we’re hearing a lot about how to prevent and detect breast cancer, but what if there’s a way you can actually slash your risk of getting cancer in half?

According to Dr. Oz, it’s possible, and whether it’s through what you eat, how much you exercise, what you avoid, or how you think, Dr. Oz will share exactly what you should be doing to avoid the one thing that changes so many lives each and every day.

Dr Oz: How Restaurant Menus Make You Overeat

Dr. Oz will then explain what restaurants are doing to their menus that is actually making you overeat. While no one is standing there forcing food into your mouth, there are tactics restaurants use when it comes to their menus, to get people to order more food, larger dishes, and higher calorie meals. Besides, the more you order, the more money they make right?

Whether it’s highlighting happy hour or boxing out their most indulgent dishes, restaurants know what to do to get your attention. You should consider yourself lucky if you’re one of the select few people who have never fallen for a restaurant’s tricks. I can’t tell you how many times I decided on a dish just because it was highlighted on a big, bold insert that was slid into a menu. Guilty!

Dr. Oz will explain what you should be aware of the next time you dine out, so that you don’t make a decision that could set you back many steps on your journey toward better health.


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