Wednesday on Dr. Oz Recaps - Beauty breakthroughs! Can you look younger instantly? Dr Oz Age Erasers; Dr. Oz explores 3 no-tears technologies that’ll wipe away the years.
Younger-Skin Secrets; Do your home remedies work? Dr. Oz tests your youth-enhancing tips. Cramps Remedy For PMS. Plus Dr Oz Recommended Easy Chicken Parmesan Recipe.
Dr. Oz explores the use of laser therapy to eliminate spider veins. Another common problem, dark eye circles and under-eye bags can be reduced with a series of hyaluronic acid injections. what you can do to get rid of spider veins. Dr Oz says; Under-eye bags and dark eye circles can sometimes be caused by allergies. Try an antihistamine first. Dr. Oz explains the causes of sagging neck skin, also known as jowls or the “turkey neck,” and what a procedure called laser liposuction can do to reverse this sign of aging.
Dr Kenneth Rothaus Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who has led research the new liposuction procedure that uses lasers to heat the fat which makes it easier to remove joins Dr Oz today talking about how light waves can tighten the skin for turkey neck and fat in the jowls. You can see in the video where Dr Rothaus does the the lipsuction laser on Angie a patient who complained about the sagging skin on her neck. The results of this procedure that takes about 20 minutes will last for years with skin tightening and costs approximately 2500 to 3000 dollars.
Dr. Katz is a leading innovator of advanced laser technology, smart and power liposuction, and skin rejuvenation techniques, he joins Dr Oz for the second Beauty Eraser. In this video Evelyn has spider veins over the top of her legs and will not wear shorts, skirts or bathing suits she is so embarrassed by them. She wants her spider veins erased for forever. Dr Katz uses this new laser therapy that goes through the skin. Dr katz Synergy laser therapy for spider veins cost 400 to 500 per treatment, and where Evelyn's spider veins were so extensive she would probably need at least two treatments per leg.
Dr Jeanine Downie used a treatment of Restylane Injections for dark circles and bags under the eyes. It was a profound difference immediately. The cost of Restylane injections cost 750.00 a syringe, so Dr Oz says both eyes would cost 1500.00 and it lasts a year.
Dr oz once again recommended using the 1 Micron Pillow Cases because allergies can sometimes be the cause of the bags under the eyes if you don't want hyaluronic acid injections. Allergens are on the pillows you sleep on have residue that builds up over time in them, and the thin micron pillow cases don't let any of the junk in the pillow case get out and onto your face while you sleep.
Dr Oz Home Remedies
Dr. Oz continues to put viewer home remedies to the test. Here's what works!
1. Chicken Soup Cures a Cold Works - Chicken soup slows immune cells down, reducing the inflammation that causes cold symptoms.
2. A Warm Drink for PMS Symptoms Works - this warm drink reduce bloating and gastrointestinal cramps
3. Clove of Garlic for an Ear Infection Works - Herbalists recommend garlic drops to shorten duration and reduce the pain of ear infections.
4. Turmeric Powder for Cuts and Scrapes Works - Turmeric contains a raw material called curcumin, which is an antioxidant and an anti-inflammatory. Curcumin prevents some extra chemicals from being released from injured cells, reducing damage.
5. Water and Baking Soda for Acid Reflux Works
6. Glue for Removing Splinters Works
7. Hydrogen Peroxide for Ear Infections Works
Drink before bed to ease the bloating, cramps and back pain that accompany your monthly period.
8. Egg Whites Works
Pamela's Sunny Creamy Delight That Her Granny Taught Her Works
2. Lemon Juice
3. Sunflower oil
Nuvia’s Cramps Remedy
1 tbsp oregano
1 tbsp rosemary
1 tbsp anise seeds
1 tbsp cloves
Add two cups of water. Let it simmer until there is only half cup left, drink while is still very warm preferably before bedtime.
Dr Oz Recommended Easy Chicken Parmesan
Devin Alexander’s incredibly easy chicken parmesan recipe, you’ll consume almost 800 calories less than the traditional dish without sacrificing any of the taste!
The original recipe for Chicken Parmesan is 1,218 calories, this Dr Oz Chicken Parmesan is only 762 calories and tastes just as good.
Unbelievably Easy Chicken Parmesan Recipe
Hands-on Time: 12 minutes
Hands-off Time: 6 hours to marinate, 8 to 12 minutes
Makes 2 servings
31 g protein
14 g carbohydrates
3 g fat
<1 g saturated fat 70 mg cholesterol 1 g ﬁber 419 mg sodium Ingredients 1 completed recipe of Crouton Breaded Chicken 1/4 cup low-fat marinara sauce (low-sodium, if possible) 1/2 oz (2 ½ tbsp) finely shredded reduced-fat mozzarella cheese (no more than 3 g of fat per oz) 1 tsp grated reduced-fat Parmesan cheese (look for it in a plastic canister or jar – not in the refrigerated section) Directions Follow the directions for the Crouton Breaded Chicken, using fat-free Italian or Caesar-seasoned croutons instead of the herb-seasoned ones if you can find them (if you can’t, the herb-seasoned ones are a great second choice). During the last 2 minutes of baking, top each chicken breast with half of the sauce, half of the mozzarella, and half of the parmesan. Bake until the sauce is warm, the cheese is melted, and the chicken is cooked through. Serve immediately. Recipes taken from I Can’t Believe It’s Not Fattening by Devin Alexander.
Crouton Breaded Chicken
Hands-on Time: 8 minutes
Hands-off Time: 6 hours or overnight to marinate, time to preheat the oven, 8-10 minutes
Makes 2 servings
29 g protein
11 g carbohydrates
2 g fat
<1 g saturated fat 67 mg cholesterol 0 g ﬁber 265 mg sodium Ingredients 2 (4-oz) trimmed boneless, skinless chicken breasts, pounded to 1/2-inch thickness 1/3 cup reduced-fat buttermilk Olive oil spray (from a spray bottle, not a store-bought, prefilled one that contains propellant) 1 oz fat-free herb-seasoned croutons Directions Place the chicken breasts in a medium resealable plastic bag. Pour the buttermilk over them and seal the bag. Let them soak 6 hours or overnight, turning once or twice. Preheat the oven to 450°F. Lightly mist a small non-stick baking pan or sheet with spray. Add the croutons to a resealable plastic bag. Pound them with the flat side of a meat mallet until crushed into very fine crumbs. Transfer the crumbs to a medium shallow bowl. Remove 1 breast from the bag and let any excess buttermilk drip off. Dip it into the crumbs, rotating it to cover the breast completely. Place the breaded breast on the prepared baking sheet. Repeat with the second breast and place it on the baking sheet so the breasts don’t touch. If crumbs remain, press them into the tops of the breasts. Lightly spray the tops of the breasts with spray. Bake them for 5 minutes, and then carefully, being sure not to remove the coating, flip them. Lightly mist the tops with spray and continue to bake for another 3 to 5 minutes, or until the coating is crisp and the chicken is no longer pink inside. Serve immediately.