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Dr. Oz Experiment: The Biggest Diet Trends of 2016

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Dr. Oz 2016 Diet Trends

Today, Dr Oz is investigating the biggest diet trends of 2016. You’ve seen the claims out there that say: Get slim and toned in 2 weeks with this diet supplement or flush your fat fast, and even trim inches off your waist line in no time. Dr. Oz will separate fad from fact.


Dr. Oz and his medical unit investigate to see which of this year’s biggest diet trends really work what doesn’t.

Here’s what doesn’t work:

  1. Diet Drops – Out of the 32 ingredients in this product, zero of them are proven to help you lose weight.
  2. Diet Patches – Zero of the ingredients listed are clinically proven to help you lose weight.
  3. Colon Cleansing – This may help you lose weight in the short run, but the weight will come right back. This will cleanse the colon, but the fat will remain. This can also be harmful to your healthy gut bacteria and the nerves of your intestines if used consistently.
  4. Weight Loss Mouth Spray – After being clinically tested, none of the 13 ingredients listed are clinically proven to help reduce weight.

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Dr. Oz reveals the one new diet food trend that tastes good and is good for you: It’s called the bowl trend or the “bowling” trend. It’s simple: You take what you would ordinarily eat out of a bun, wrap, tortilla, and you replace the carbs with a bowl.”

There are three kinds of bowls trending right now:

  1. Poke Bowl – It’s like sushi, but without rice. Raw and simple: diced salmon, pickled cucumber, avocado, and edamame. You can add soy sauce, sriracha, and sesame oil.
  2. Power Bowl – This is a power meal, but in a bowl. Packed with sweet potato, chicken breast, apple, wild rice, toasted almonds, goat cheese, kale, and Dijon-balsamic vinaigrette.
  3. Smoothie Bowl – Put your smoothie in a bowl. Made with frozen dragon fruit, frozen raspberries, and coconut milk. Garnish with fresh fruit.

By Dr. OZ Show
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