Dr Oz: Genetic Weight Fate
Dr Oz said that a lot about our personal appearance and health is predetermined by our genes. However, he explained that ongoing research has shown that behavioral changes can counteract predicted genetic outcomes. See how he put this knowledge to work by illustrating how you can avoid your weight fate, whether you carry weight in your belly, butt, or all over. Tricks include a Chitosan Smoothie, Citrus Greens Salad, and many more.
Dr Oz: Genetic Belly Weight Loss
Sisters on Dr Oz’s stage explained that they have big bellies, and they made sure to thank their mother for this. They also had High Blood Pressure, which Dr Oz said is associated with the stress hormone Cortisol. Behaviors like stress management are also sometimes passed down within families.
Cortisol stimulates fat storage around the belly, and it can sometimes creep around our other organs also as a result. Is this your genetic body type? Dr Oz’s guest, Dr Natalie Azar, said there are things you can do to offset belly fat.
Dr Oz: Citrus Greens Salad
Eat one cup of leafy greens and citrus at each meal (if you don’t love citrus fruit, try using bell peppers).
Dr Oz: L-Arginine Review
Take 2,000 mg L-Arginine at every meal. This amino acid promotes lean muscle growth.
Dr Oz: Genetic Butt Weight Loss
Another family Dr Oz featured on his show was prone to bigger backsides. They said they carry fat in their butts and thighs. Though this was once thought of to be harmless in terms of health, it is now believed to raise a red flag due to its relationship to Estrogen, which can be associated with Heart Disease and some forms of cancer.
Dr Oz: DIM Supplement Review
If this is your body type, Dr Azar told Dr Oz’s audience to try taking 150 mg DIM Supplement at breakfast. DIM stands for Diindolylmethane, and it can block some of the unwanted effects of Estrogen.
Dr Oz: Breakfast & Lunch Chitosan Smoothie Recipe
You could also use ingredients such as Chitosan and Whey Protein in a smoothie at breakfast and lunch. Mix these with water, ice, Blueberries, Flaxseed, Cocoa, and Banana.
Dr Oz: Genetic All Over Weight Loss
Last, Dr Oz talked to a family who said that they have problem with Metabolism by age 30, and fat begins to store all over the body. Dr Azar explained that changes in Thyroid and other hormones can upset the body’s natural metabolic balance.
Dr Oz: Sriracha Review
Dr Azar recommended adding a tablespoon of Sriracha to every meal. It contains Garlic and metabolism-boosting Capsaicin. Its effects can last up to 30 minutes after you eat it, which means it keeps working after your meal.
Dr Oz: Strength Training for Weight Loss
Use free weights or even soup cans to get in 10 minutes of Strength Training about three times per week. Trading fat for lean muscle will help you burn more calories all the time.
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