Dr Oz: Weight Loss Gadgets
Are you trying to lose weight the right way? It seems there are always new fad diets and products coming out that claim they can help you get to your goals. But will they really do the trick? Dr Oz invited technology whiz Jennifer Jolly to demonstrate some of the latest diet products, such as the Bagel Whiz, Healthy Steps Starch Serving Spoon, and the Count Me Healthy Bracelet. The show also featured a healthy recipe for the Pineapple Protein Banana Blaster. Check it out!
Dr Oz: Bagel Whiz Review
Carbohydrates in breads, toasts, and bagels have been a breakfast favorite for decades, but they are also full of calories and fat you don’t need first thing in the morning. But now a gadget called the Bagel Whiz is making breakfast grains healthier. You can use it to scoop out the center of your bagel and reduce your caloric and fat intake with each breakfast bite.
Dr Oz: Healthy Steps Starch Serving Spoon Review
If you enjoy your carbs at dinner, in side dishes like rice or potatoes, you’re probably like the majority of Americans. But now there’s a way to keep a closer watch on your carb intake throughout the day, thanks to the Healthy Steps Starch Serving Spoon. It measures your portions and takes the guesswork out of how much food actually makes up one serving. That means you don’t have to wonder anymore, but it will also make you accountable for overeating.
Dr Oz: Count Me Healthy Bracelet Review
Are you trying to keep better track of your fitness efforts? Now there’s a way you can measure all your fitness goals throughout the day, including how much water you’ve been drinking, how many steps you’ve taken, or even how much junk food you’ve gotten from the office vending machine.
Thanks to the Count Me Healthy Bracelet, which disguises itself as a fashion accessory, the answers to all your fitness tracking goals is always at your fingertips. Make it your own. The important thing about any fitness tool is that it works for you in a sustainable way.
Dr Oz: Pineapple Protein Banana Blaster Recipe
If you’re trying to shed a few pounds and get started on your weight loss goals (or get back in the game), check out this Pineapple Protein Banana Blaster Recipe from Dr Oz’s show.
- Banana, broken into pieces
- 1/2 cup Soy Milk
- 1 tablespoon Soy Protein Powder
- 1 can Crushed Pineapple
- 1/2 cup Pineapple Passion Sorbet
- Combine ingredients in a blender.
- Portion half the mixture into a serving glass.
- Refrigerate the remaining portion for use the next day.
- Serve and enjoy.