The Doctors: Cleaner Eating For Weight Loss & Better Health
Approximately half the calories the average American eats comes from processed foods, which can cause long-term weight gain. Natalie Jill, author of “7-Day Jump Start,” was excited to share her tips for cleaner eating, without sacrificing flavor. Natalie experienced her own problems with weight gain and depression, so she started simple and things grew from there.
Some of Natalie’s favorite go-to foods include her deviled eggs made with chickpea puree instead of mayo mixed in with the egg yolks and her healthier macaroni and cheese swap. Instead of carb-heavy pasta, Natalie likes to enjoy spaghetti squash noodles stirred together with nut cheese. Finally, don’t deprive yourself of dessert! To satisfy your cookie dough craving, you can actually enjoy blended almonds and tapioca flour.
The Doctors: Carbon Dioxide Injection For Under-Eye Bags
There’s a new under-eye treatment gaining popularity among those with under-eye bags. It’s an inject-able Co2 treatment. Dr Mark Youssef showed how injecting just a little carbon dioxide into the lower eyelid causes the body to rush blood and oxygen to that area in order to get rid of the carbon dioxide. Several treatments are required to “teach” the body to improve circulation in that area of the body, eventually improving the appearance of dark circle.
Because the treatment isn’t FDA-approved, it’s incredibly important to see a specialist who knows what they’re doing.
The Doctors: How To Use Vitamin A On Your Skin
Could you unknowingly be harming your skin by putting vitamin A on incorrectly? Dr Sonia Batra explained that you actually shouldn’t apply vitamin A to damp skin. Also, be sure to apply it at night, before bed time, because it can make your skin more sensitive to sunlight and susceptible to burn. Layering a topical retinoid over moisturize can minimize irritation.
Benefits was the word of the day of the day and you can use the word benefits on The Doctors’ website to enter for a chance to win a Tespo liquid vitamin maker.
The Doctors: Sugar & Heart Disease
A special internal medicine report is now sending “shockwaves through the research community.” The research looked at a 1967 report claiming that fat, not sugar, was the primary cause of heart disease. Harvard scientists were reportedly paid by the Sugar Research Foundation, now the Sugar Association, to highlight fat and cholesterol as the dietary culprits of heart disease and downplay the evidence that sugar was also linked to heart disease. The results of that report went on to shake the health industry’s approach to nutrition for years.
The Doctors: Angie Everhart, Where Is She Now
Angie Everhart was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and said her biggest fear was not seeing her son grow up. On an upcoming episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now? the supermodel looks back at those days, recalling how they were the “worst days of her life.”
The Doctors: No More Red Carpets For Miley Cyrus
Former Disney star Miley Cyrus will soon begin her new gig on The Voice as a judge, but won’t be seen on any red carpets. The 23-year-old star said she’ll never walk a red carpet again. In 2015, Cyrus ditched her personal publicist “in attempt to present a more pure, unfiltered Miley.”
Cyrus stated “Why, when people are starving am I on a red carpet that’s red? Because I’m important? Because I’m ‘famous’? That’s not how I roll.” Cyrus has shown support for organizations like Feeding America.