Dr Oz July 11 2012
Who doesn’t want to get healthy the lazy way? The Dr Oz July 11 2012 show met the audience in the middle with advice and suggestions on how to get more sleep, eat better, and stay in shape without moving around much or getting off the couch. Check out Dr Oz’s thoughts about organic food and get a Chicken Breast dinner recipe you can make for less than $10. Here is the Dr Oz July 11 2012 recap.
Lazy Girls Guide: Cocoawell Supplement & Wild Lettuce Extract Reviews
Dr Oz proudly shared his Lazy Girls Guide To Getting Healthy by sharing advice on how to make the most of ordering delivery for dinner. Believe it or not, there are healthy ways to do just that. He also featured the Cocoawell Supplement, because you’ll want chocolate on this plan, and the benefits of Wild Lettuce Extract.
Lazy Girls Health Tests, Kukicha Tea & Cupuacu Supplement Review
Did you know you can do your own mini health checkup the next time you look in a mirror? Dr Oz shared his best Lazy Girls Health Tests you can try out for yourself for early warning signs of issues such as Kidney Disease or even Acid Reflux. Also, check out his thoughts about Kukicha Tea and the Cupuacu Supplement.
Brown Rice Syrup & Arsenic in Organic Vs Non-Organic Foods
Are you eating Arsenic? There’s been a recent controversy surrounding Brown Rice Syrup and other products that could have Arsenic in your foods. Dr Oz shared an expert’s perspective on the issues surrounding contaminants in the food supply, and the merits of Organic Vs Non-Organic Foods.
Organic Shopping: Sweet Potatoes, Celery & Dairy Products
Getting ready to head to the grocery store? After hearing Dr Oz’s thoughts about Organic Food, maybe you are ready to try some options out for yourself. Dr Oz highlighted some of his favorite organic products you can look for at the farmer’s market or grocery aisle. See which items he only buys organic, and learn why he thinks they are better than the alternatives.
Yogurt Marinated Chicken Breast Recipe & Quinoa Tabouli Recipe
You may remember Chef Michelle Bernstein from Iron Chef America. But after this segment, you’ll remember her for a flavorful and low cost chicken entree guests will love. All it takes is a little preparation and you can feed four for just $10. Check out her Yogurt Marinated Chicken Breast Recipe, which goes great with her Quinoa Tabouli Recipe.