The Doctors: Skinless Fried Chicken
Hey, now that we’re back from commercial, my station has properly synced the audio and video. It’s a miracle.
Comedian Loni Love and a group of The Doctors fans appeared from outside the famed Hollywood restaurant Roscoe’s Chicken And Waffles. Fan Mary Stuart said she knows fried chicken isn’t the healthiest meal.
She asked if removing the skin from fried chicken would make it similar nutritionally to roasted chicken. Loni Love is not a doctor, but she is a fan of fried chicken, and she immediately said no.
The Doctors: Is Fried Chicken Healthy
Back in the studio, Dr. Travis Stork said it’s healthier to take off the fried skin, but it defeats the purpose. “If you’re going to enjoy a piece of fried chicken every now and then, just go ahead and enjoy it,” he said. “And then that way you don’t have to feel like you’re always depriving yourself.
Dr. Andrew Ordon said there are different frying methods and oils that can reduce the fat in your recipe. Dr. Travis said you don’t want to make fried foods a daily habit, because Visceral Body Fat can build up around your organs. It becomes a “toxic goop” that taxes your organs and puts you at risk for chronic diseases.
The Doctors: Octopus Tentacles Health Benefits
Seafood is a low fat, high quality protein that can help your heart and bones. Salmon and Tuna are great sources for this, but according to the announcer there is a creature that gives you great health benefits when eaten alive. It’s the Octopus, and The Doctors are gagging just thinking about trying this delicacy.
The producers selected Dr. Andrew Ordon to try the Octopus. Chef Cathlyn Choi of Cathlyn’s Korean Kitchen came out to serve the Octopus. This is even more exotic than Salmon Infused Vodka.
It was still alive, floating around in a dish. Dr. Andrew asked if the suckers would get stuck in his mouth, and I don’t think anyone answered him. I guess once the legs are severed, they lose some of their sucking power.
Cathlyn demonstrated how to eat the Octopus, and even served him a bite. Dr. Andrew seemed to be enjoying it, but none of the other Doctors jumped in to sample the treat.
The Drs: Fastest Talking Woman
A phone rang on the set. It was a woman namd Fran, and she wanted to talk to Dr. Lisa Masterson. Fran is from Queens, New York, and The Doctors weren’t in on the joke, which seems to be that she is a speed talker who is difficult to understand.
The Doctors were amiable, and finally Dr. Lisa Masterson asked her to slow down. The question has something to do with Menopause, I think, but that’s not important because it turns out that Fran Capo is the Guinness World Record holder for Fastest Talking Female.
Is It Normal To Have Periods After Menopause
Fran’s actual question had to do with a woman in her 80s who was still having her period. She asked at what age women should worry about still having their period. Dr. Lisa said gynecologists can look at a woman’s FSH hormone levels in the blood. The results of this analysis can lead to an In Vitro Biopsy to check for causes of Post Menopausal Bleeding.
Dr. Lisa said you can see your gynecologist if you’re concerned about anything that’s going on with your female anatomy.