Dr. Mehmet received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University in 1982.
When watching the Dr. Oz show and he started off with the words ‘Plagued by a big belly, padded hips or a large behind?’ this Examiner was hoping the show was about body acceptance. It was not.
This show was on the heels of his show “Just Lose 10 Pounds.” His plan is to encourage people to take charge of their health – 10 pounds at a time.
Dr. Oz and his team have come up with five rules.
1.You will cut out sugary soda. Replacing one soda a day with water throughout a year will result in a loss of 10 pounds.
2. You will not eat past 8:00p.m.or three hours before bedtime. People who eat late at night gain 19 more pounds per year than people who don’t.
3. You will move 10 minutes per day. Studies show that moving even a little bit can have lots of benefits not only on your weight, but other aspects of your life.
4. You will not eat snacks larger than your fist. (portion control)
5.You will track your weight daily.Knowing what you weigh will help you change. Research shows that if we track our weight daily that we will hold ourselves accountable and will be successful in losing weight.
Ok, so let’s play into Dr.Oz’s plan. Let’s say you think your butt, thigh and hips are large. Dr. Oz wants you on a low-fat diet, which helps break down fat cells. He wants you to
- cut back on saturated fats.
- include low-fat dairy in every meal.
You can get a smaller bottom with resistance training and a cardio workout.
Is your middle bigger than the media thinks it should be?
You have fat located in your abdominal region. This type of fat can be dangerous. It has been linked to type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Dr. Oz wants you to
- avoid refined carbohydrates.
- eat anti-Inflammatory foods. ReadWhat foods should I eat to avoid inflammation?and Yes an anti-inflammatory diet.
The workout for a big middle is interval training(A sample training program for you.) involves sudden bursts of high-intensity movement alternated with lower intensity movement.
Read more at the source: The Dr. Oz Show