Dr Oz: Total Body Restart & More Energy + New Ovarian Cancer Risk

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Dr Oz September 30 2014 Preview

On September 30, Dr. Oz will give his tips and tricks for revamping your day and restarting your body. Plus, there’s a new risk for ovarian cancer out there, but do you know what to look for?

Dr Oz: Total Body Restart & More Energy + New Ovarian Cancer Risk

Dr. Oz will discuss a way to give your body a brand new start, plus, the new risk for ovarian cancer. (arosoft / Shutterstock.com)

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Dr Oz: Total Body Restart + More Energy & Better Memory

On Tuesday, September 30, Dr. Oz will share tips and tricks for giving your body a total restart. In the preview for the episode, Dr. Oz hints to the fact that he will help you to stop feeling sluggish and will boost your energy, memory, digestion. He claims his “total body restart” will “supercharge your body” and help you conquer the day ahead.

Whether it’s starting off your day with a healthy breakfast and bulletproof coffee, or adding in moderate exercise and meditation, there are many ways you can insure that you will have a healthy, productive, and overall successful day. We’re all looking for ways to get more energy, especially in the morning. I’ve tried everything from yoga to a full pot of coffee, but one thing I’ve yet to try is bulletproof coffee. Could the butter-laden cuppa Joe be the one thing that could really boost the start to my day?

Dr. Oz will share all kinds of tips and tricks for making them most of each and every day, so you can bet I’ll be all ears. Be sure to tune in on September 30, because it’s sure to be an episode you don’t want to miss.

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Dr Oz: New Ovarian Cancer Risk

Also on September 30, Dr. Oz will discuss some breaking medical news that is sure to grab your attention. There’s a new risk for ovarian cancer out there that no one saw coming, “not even your doctor.”

Now that’s one way to instill fear in someone. Tell them their doctor won’t even be able to see a potentially deadly disease coming! There are quite a few risks for ovarian cancer out there, and apparently now we’ll have another one to add to the list. You need to know what to look out for and what you can do to potentially lower your risk. Don’t miss Dr. Oz on September 30 and he shares more details about this new ovarian cancer risk.

 

 

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