The Doctors: Five Foods To Fight Fat + Prevent Childhood Obesity

The Doctors: Five Foods To Help You Slim Down

There are five foods in particular The Doctors want you to buy if you’re hoping to lose weight. Nutritionist Keri Glassman explained that the five foods in particular have a sort-of related weight loss benefit aside from their other health benefits. So what are the five foods? Pomegranate, ginger, sugar snap peas, peanut butter, and steak.

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Pomegranate has seven grams of fiber, a couple grams of protein, and 30% of your daily vitamin C needs. Sugar snap peas are loaded with water and fiber to fill you up and control your blood sugar levels. Peanut butter has protein and fiber with almost no sugar, but make sure you buy natural peanut butter. Ginger is great for digestion which can help you achieve a flat belly and reduce your appetite. Finally, steak is loaded with protein which is important for slimming down.

The Doctors: Five Foods To Fight Fat + Prevent Childhood Obesity

Nutritionist Keri Glassman revealed what five foods you need to incorporate into your die to keep you full and help you drop those last few pesky pounds. (74444001@N00 / Flickr)

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The Doctors: Fighting Childhood Obesity Epidemic

Next, The Doctors reported that according to the Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity, 41 million kids under the age of five are overweight. The recommended amount of physical activity for kids under the age of five is three hours a day and one study found that 90% of kids aren’t getting enough physical activity. The Doctors learned more about a program that encouraging kids to get moving in a way they can enjoy. It’s called Tumble Kick and it combines martial arts with gymnastics, motivating kids to get moving.

To get kids up and moving, you have to help them find activities they will enjoy. If a kid is not active, it’s the parent’s fault. Limit time in front of a TV or tablet and take your kids outside! You could always enroll them in a class like Tumble Kick to get them moving!

The Doctors: Get Rid Of Unwanted Facial Hair

Next, Dr Travis Stork took on unwanted facial hair in women, often called peach fuzz. Exfoliating or shaving can actually get rid of peach fuzz while also getting rid of dead skin on the face. There’s also electrolysis but it can require several sessions. Before you do anything, be sure to talk to your doctor to be sure there isn’t an underlying medical condition contributing to unwanted facial hair growth.

Growth was the word of the day and you can use the word growth on The Doctors’ website to enter for a chance to win DermaFlash, a handheld device that can help you achieve a flawless complexion free or peach fuzz.

 

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