Dr. Oz Quick Fixes For When You Cheat On Your Diet – Fat Blockers and Foods That Burn Calories
Have you ever felt extremely guilty after you cheated on your diet. You may have felt that you instantly lost all of the progress that you made just because of one over indulgence. Some people, fall of their “diet wagon” altogether because they cheated on your diet. Fortunately, there are some quick fixes that you can do to get you back on track quickly to continue your weight loss journey. Today Dr. Oz shared quick fixes and tips that you can do to get you back on track…..fast!
Eat Foods That Burn Calories
Eating foods that burn extra calories can be your ally. Dr. Oz said if you have cheated on your diet one of the best quick fixes is to eat “Thermogenic Foods”. These types of foods burn extra calories and limit the damage from your “diet cheat”.
- Add 1 tablespoon of horseradish to a glass of tomato juice and drink for breakfast
- The day following your “diet cheat” do not eat any carbs following your spicy tomato juice for breakfast. Eat Low-GI veggies, broccoli,, chicken, colorful peppers, etc…
- For each of your meals add 1 tablespoon of hot sauce to burn extra calories. Adding spice to your foods can limit the damage that you did when you cheated on your diet.
Lose Water Weight By Eating Watermelon
Ever feel bloated from eating too many carbs when you cheated on your diet. A lot of this has to do with water weight from excessive salt from your “cheat”. Watermelon is one way to flush excess water from your body. Here are the foods that help you do “de-bloat”
- Eat two servings of either watermelon, tomatoes, kiwi, celery, or asparagus for two days following the day you cheated on your diet.
Matcha Green Tea Supplement Fat Blocker
If you cheated on your diet with fat foods, Dr. Oz’s recommended quick fix is to take an all natural fat absorption blocker. Here is what Dr. Oz suggested on the 4-18-2014 episode :
- Take a 500 MG Matcha Green Tea Supplement
- Eat Seaweed. Have 1 sushi roll with 1 tbsp of seaweed flakes (or 1/2 of a sheet of seaweed)
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