According to Dr Oz, he had his medical unit research team perform a study on a test group to determine the results associated with 7-Keto. Some of the participants were giving 200mg of 7-Keto-DHEA for two months and others were given a placebo. As Dr Oz explained to Loretta on the show, the people who took 7-Keto lost weight quicker than those taking the placebo. He suggested taking 200mg per day with 100mg in the morning and another 100mg at night.
Question: What is 7-Keto?
Answer: It is a chemical formed in the body and by-product of dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). DHEA is referred to as a parent hormone that is produced by the glands that are close to the kidneys. The differences between DHEA and 7-Keto has to do with the fact that DHEA increases the level of steroid hormones in the blood, whereas, 7-Keto does not.
According to developing research, 7-Keto is designed to increase a person’s metabolism and heat production to increase weight loss. Research has showing that 7-Keto can help build muscle, boost immune systems, improve lean body mass, increase the activity of the thyroid gland, reduce signs of aging and enhance ones memory.
Continuing the Dr Oz show on Belly Blasting Supplements, he had a lady by the name of Clarisse indicate she needs some help with burning belly fat. Dr Oz provided Clarisse a natural solution to burn belly fat with a supplement called Forskolin. He recommended taking 125mg in the morning as long as the Forskolin is standardized to 20%.
Question: What is Forskolin?
Answer: Plectranthus Barbatus or Coleus Foeskohlii is a plant from the mint family in which the roots produce the chemical Forskolin. Since near ancient times, this plant Plectranthus Barbatus has been used to treat heart issues associated with chest pains and high blood pressure and people with respiratory issues like asthma.
In addition to Forskolin being used to help promote the breakdown of stored fats in human fat cells and increase thermogenesis, it has also being used intravenously for heart failure, in eye drops to treat glaucoma, and taken orally to help with bladder infections, eczema, psoriasis, blood clots, insomnia, obesity, menstrual cramping, urinary tract infections, irritable bowel syndrome and sexual issues with men.
When Dr Oz brought the third lady on stage to discuss how she could reduce her bloating in her stomach, she became extremely emotional over the fact that she feels bloated all the time and wants to stop feeling that way. Dr Oz was very calming with Dawn and he said his solution to her problem was Caraway Seeds. He recommended that Dawn eat a handful of seeds after every meal to prevent the gas after eating from bloating her stomach.
What are Caraway Seeds?
Caraway seeds come from a biennial herbaceous plant that blooms once every two years. It is a member of the umbelliferae and parsley family that includes such spices as cumin, anise, dill and fennel.
Caraway seeds have a high source of dietary fiber, i.e., 100 grams of caraway seeds is equal to 38 grams of fiber. Since caraway seeds are high in fiber, they prevent constipation by increasing the speed of movement of food through the body. In addition to fiber, caraway seeds have numerous health benefiting essential oils. The active principles in caraway seeds are known to have carminative, antioxidant, anti-flatulent and digestive properties that inhibit the growth of bad bacteria and promote good bacteria to digest food.
Finally, Dr Oz ended the segment on Belly Blasting Supplements with a lady by name of Tammy, whose life is like many working Americans who struggle with stress from the demands of balancing a family, work, spousal relationship and home. Dr Oz recommended that Tammy use Relora in order to decrease the levels of the hormone cortisol that are released when the body is under stress. By decreasing the levels of cortisol, it will help Tammy prevent weight gain and stress eating. He recommended in order to receive the maximum benefit, Tammy should take 250mg three times a day or 250mg with each meal.
What is Relora?
Relora is a supplement consisting of the extracts from two Chinese herbs: Phellodendron Amurense and Magnolia Officinalis. Relora is known to help improve sleep quality, reduce stress and curb stress eating by lowering hormone cortisol levels.
It has been reported by total Health Magazine that more than 80 million doses of Relora have been taken with no reports of any serious side effects. Studies have showing some the side effects associated with Relora are with mild drowsiness and hypertension during the first few days of use.