Dr. Oz discusses causes of, and solutions for, the #1 Women's Health Secret Incontinence.
STRESS IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP MAKES YOU SICK
Stress in Relationships; Unhealthiest American; Latin Dance
Dr. Oz examines how stress in relationships can make you ill. The Unhealthiest American returns to the Truth Tube to track his progress. Dr. Oz reveals the #1 health secret women keep: incontinence. Plus, a Latin dance workout.
Today on Dr. Oz Dr. janet Taylor joined Dr. Oz on the subject "Is Stress making You Ill". Stress can cause joint pain and headaches, as it did with Margaret, plus she was put on anti-depressants. Her husband Jason has over weight issues, also on anti-depressants, and diagnosed with type two diabetes, and high blood pressure.
Dr. Oz talked with Margaret and jason about CRP(C-reactive protein) or CRP appears to be correlated to heart disease risk. Both Jason's and Margaret's CRP was too high, it should be less than 3. Heart Disease Risk In studies involving large numbers of patients, CRP levels seem to be correlated with levels of heart disease risk.To learn more about CRP ... Click Here
Dr. Oz says couples who's marriage is full of stress, and relationships that are miserable are 25 times more likely to suffer from major depression than those in a happy marriage or relationship. If in a bad marriage it can increase your chances of having a second heart attack, and weaken your immune system.
Dr. Oz's 3 Step program
1. Write It Down -- Sit down and write down what is stressing you, every stressor that you have.
2. Asking For Help -- All the negative and positive's and Concrete strategies, "Talk About Money" -- Learn to fight fair.
3. Control Your Stress You Control Your Health, and stop eating out as much as you do now, not just to save money but it's what's in the food.
Steve The Unhealthiest American
Today Steve was back with Dr. Oz and with great results. Today he quit smoking and handed his cigarette's over to Dr. Oz.
Steve's weight went from 442 pounds to 425 LBS. Weight loss of 17 lbs.
Waist size -- 68 to 65
LDL Cholesterol 120 to 88
Glucose 120 to 82
B/P was 180/105 now it is 175/100
Neck size 22 to 19 1/2
Phase two of Steve's Diet Plan has 3 steps to maximize what is already working for him. The first step is to figure out how you can make some minor adjustments, and get more variety into your diets. Steve eats soy burgers every single day, today he was introduced to Salmon Burgers and Beet Burgers (recipes at the bottom of the page). Beet burgers helps with colon cancer, heart disease and stroke. The it moved to a dessert like rice pudding called Quinoa Fruit Pudding -- Quinoa is a whole grain, and it also has protein in it. Kristin kirkpatrick told him to have the right dessert, and the right portions.
Step two is to learn how to pair foods together to optimize the foods nutritional value. Learn how the Calcium in low fat yogurt helps with the fat absorption with being paired up with a cheeseburger. Steve said it wasn't too bad backing off from eating red meats.
Step three for Steve is learning to read labels -- instead of obsessing about how many fats and how many calories and carbs in products you need to be able to look that ingredient label and see what is in that food product before you look at the numbers.
Steve's favourite salad dressing was Asian Sesame with Ginger and Soy, full of sugar and corn syrup. Dr. Oz says make your own salad dressing.
Dr. Oz Incontinence And Bladder Problems
The number 1 health secret women keep is a humiliating condition that most people think affects older people, but this is not true says Dr. oz. Incontinence can happen to anyone regardless of age or gender. Ursula joined Dr. Oz on stage today and walked through the things that can cause Incontinence, as to where we usually just say that Incontinence is due to a weak bladder. Dr. oz says there are two primary things that cause bladder problems. One is the muscles around the bladder get weak, second is the nerves don't work the way they are supposed to, and a lot of times they both occur together. Things such as being over weight can worsen it, having a baby. In the video Dr. Oz tells us what works to help with urinary Incontinence. Urinary Incontinence often happens because we have issues on how we deal with the amount of left as a reserve in our bladder, and how our muscles get weak, and we leak urine.
The most common reason people have Incontinence is called Stress Incontinence
Dr. Oz discusses the #1 women's health secret: incontinence. Dr. Oz says the major causes of incontinence are
1. Muscle damage
2. Nerve damage (can be caused by conditions like Diabetes)
Dr. Oz's Solutions for incontinence include
1. Kegel exercises
2. Weight loss
3. Bladder retraining
5. Magnesium Dr. Oz said Magnesium helps relax some of the spasms that relax the bladder sometimes, and by doing that takes some of the pressure of as it tries to squeeze down.(Pumpkin seeds are one of the best sources of magnesium.)
Dr. Oz workout with these 4 Dance Latin dance moves with Marc Santa Maria!
Steve's Dessert recipe from Dr. Oz
3 tbsp finely grated raw beet
1/2 cup cooked oats (quick or regular rolled oats)
1 cup uncooked oats (quick or regular rolled oats)
3/4 cup almonds, coarsely ground
2 tbsp sesame seeds
1/2 cup peppers
1/4 cup chives
1/4 cup onion, minced
1 tsp dried basil
1/4 tsp ground sage
1/4 tsp mustard powder or horseradish
2 tbsp lite soy sauce
Form into a patty and serve on a whole wheat bun.
1 1/2 pounds wild canned salmon
2 tsp Dijon mustard
2 shallots or one onion, peeled and cut into chunks
1/2 cup whole wheat bread crumbs
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 tbsps olive oil
Put into a food processor until well mixed, into a bowl, and stir in the bread crumbs, and some salt and pepper. Shape into four burgers. (cover and refrigerate the burgers for several hours)•
4. Place the butter or oil in a nonstick skillet, and turn the heat to medium-high. Cook the burgers for 2 to 3 minutes a side, turning once. Steve was taught to always heat the fats in a skillet before adding his food to cook because then the fat is not soaked into the food before it even starts to cook)
Quinoa Fruit Pudding
Makes six ½ cup servings
1 cup organic quinoa
2 cups boiling water
½ cup dried cherries
½ cup dried cranberries
½ cup unsweetened apple juice
1 tsp grated orange rind
1 tsp vanilla
½ tsp cinnamon
Rinse quinoa in cold water if saponin has been removed, if not rinse in hot water. Add rinsed quinoa to boiling water and, reduce heat to low and simmer for 7 minutes. Add dried cherries, cranberries and simmer until liquid is absorbed about an additional 5 to 7 minutes. While quinoa is cooking, combine remaining ingredients in food processor and puree until smooth. Remove quinoa from heat and combine pureed mixture with quinoa and mix well. Place in serving bowls and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Make Your Own Salad Dressing -- This is my own recipe that I call "Legal Caesar Salad"
Legal Caesar Salad Dressing -- Follow the steps exactly or it may not be perfect!
1 head of romaine lettuce
2 slices of diet bread
2 cloves of garlic
1/2 cup of light olive oil
1/4 cup vinegar
1/2 of a lemon squeezed
1 Tbsp. mustard powder
Fresh black pepper to taste(I use lots)
1/2 cup fresh parmesan cheese grated
Dressing; pour olive oil into a large bowl, add vinegar and mix, then add the lemon juice and mix. Put the whole egg into the mixture and stir. Add the crushed garlic cloves and mix. Add the mustard powder and mix, and then add the fresh cracked pepper to taste.
Let the dressing sit as long as possible before serving at room tempeture in the salad bowl. "The Longer It Sits The Better It Tastes"
Cut the romaine lettuce into bite size pieces and store in the fridge to get nice and cool prior to serving. When ready to serve, add the lettuce to the bowl and mix with dressing. Then add the croutons and the parmesan cheese, and mix.
Croutons: Take two pieces of diet or 100% whole wheat bread and brush lightly with olive oil, and sprinkle with garlic powder and pepper. Bake for 2-3 minutes until golden brown, cut into cubes, or rip into pieces for a more rustic salad.
Serves 4 people
1/8 of a protein