Dr. Oz Shares Tips To End Food Cravings and To Prevent UTI’s
We all suffer from food cravings from time to time, but when the cravings are constant and always on your mind it can effect your day to day life. Dr. Oz talks about how your food cravings could be caused by a hormonal imbalance and how you can reset your hormones to help curb your cravings. Also during this segment from today’s (3-18-2014) episode Dr. Oz talks about how cranberry pills are more effective at preventing UTI’s than cranberry juice.
Irvingia Supplements Reduce Food Cravings
Dr. Oz said that hormonal imbalances are a common culprit for food cravings. He said that there is a hormone called “Leptin” that is often behind the food cravings that affect so many people. Here are some tips to help keep your hormones balanced :
- For breakfast eat plain oatmeal and peanut butter
- Irvingia Supplements reduce your cravings by balancing your hormones. Take 150 MG 2 times a day with food.
- Reset your hormones by taking a 12 hour break from food. Dr. Oz suggested not eating from 8:00 PM to 8:00 AM. This will reset and balance the hormone “leptin” and reduce the food cravings.
Cranberry Pills Are More Effective At Preventing a UTI
Cranberry juice has long been hailed as one of the most preventative measures that you can take to prevent urinary tract infections. However, Dr. Oz said that you would have to consume 21 glasses of cranberry juice each week for it to be an effective remedy at preventing UTI’s. Cranberry pills are a better option because you are getting enough each day to help fight off and prevent UTI’s. Here are the UTI prevention tips that were given during this segment :
- Cranberry Supplement Pills – To prevent UTI’s take 2 cranberry pills each day.
- Drink a large glass of water (16 ounces) after sex. Urinating shortly after sex cleanses and washes bacteria out of your urethra.
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