Dr Oz: Tim Ferriss Vitamins
Now that you know how to make Tim Ferriss’ Crispy Coconut Comfort Chicken recipe, along with his nutritious Edible Dirt recipe from earlier, it’s time to get a few final tips on good health in and out of the kitchen. See why D-Ribose is an essential vitamin, cooking with Vitamin C powder, and get the Chocolate Wine recipe that is actually good for you.
Dr Oz: Lemon Juice Flavor Enhancer
Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Chef, said that you can improve the taste of any bland dish with one quick fix: squeeze fresh citrus juice over it to improve the taste and simultaneously lower its glycemic index.
Dr Oz: Tim Ferriss Vitamin C Powder
Those vitamins you take for your health can also be great ingredients if you just bring them into the kitchen.
Everyone has heard by now about how powerful Vitamin C can be when it comes to your health. Even Tim Ferriss, the man who has tried every health experiment, thinks its powers bear repeating.
He said that Vitamin C lowers free radicals in the body, which means they aren’t prematurely aging you. It’s also obviously great for your immune system. Vitamin C powder can stop fruits from browning while perking up their flavor.
Dr Oz Vitamins: D-Ribose Powder for Energy
Adding D-Ribose to your dietary routine means you can have more energy to get things done. It’s actually a secret ingredient for grilled foods when you want that almost sweet meat flavor.
Dr Oz: Tim Ferriss Whey Protein Isolate
If you are trying the Tim Ferriss 30/30 Protein Plan, whey protein isolate powder can be your best friend for fat burning. It’s also an ingredient you didn’t know was in the new popular varieties of chocolate wine.
Dr Oz: Hot Chocolate Wine Recipe
You can actually make your own chocolate wine recipe like Tim did on the show. Here’s how to do it.
- 1 1/2 cups Dessert Wine
- 1 1/2 cups Skim Milk
- 6 ounces Dark Chocolate
- 1 tablespoon Whey Protein Isolate Powder
- Combine the milk with chocolate and wine over heat.
- Once it is heated, stir in the whey protein.
- Serve hot and enjoy every sip.
Dr Oz: Fresh Greens & Pineapple Storage
Dr Oz asked viewers for their advice on keeping food fresh in the fridge. Here is what you told him.
- Fresh Greens & Produce: Wrap them in newspaper to store in the fridge for up to two weeks.
- Cheese: Spread butter on the cut end of a cheese block to prevent spoilage.
- Pineapple: Cut off the top and store it upside down in the fridge to make it last longer.