Doctor Oz did a segment called The Dr Oz Hot List, which is a list of three products that Dr Oz loves. I personally wonder if Dr Oz really loves these products, or if somehow he is being paid to endorse the products. But either way, I must say that all three items truly intrigued me!
1. Perfect Portions Food Scale
Dr Oz said that the Perfect Portions Food Scale is $59.99 and he gave a demonstration of the neat scale. You put your bowl on the scale and turn it on (which automatically makes it subtract the weight of the bowl), then your pour your food into the bowl and enter a number that corresponds to whatever food you just poured into the bowl. Then the scale automatically calculates a “Nutrition Facts” panel for your portion, which tells you how many calories, fat, etc. you have in your portion. You can read a great review of the Perfect Portions Scale here: Perfect Portions Digital Scale Review
2. GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbread
Dr Oz said that a bunch of his friends were losing weight and he asked them what they were doing, and all of them said they were eating GG Crispbread. Dr Oz also said that GG Bran Crispbread reduces your risk of Cancer, Diabetes and Constipation. Some suggestions for how to eat Crispbread include with peanut butter or hummus. Four wafers of the GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbread gives you almost all of the fiber you need in a day.
3. Gaaim Balanceball Chair
Dr Oz said that we are a nation of sitting, so while we are sitting, we may as well be improving our balance and flexibility by building our abdominal core a bit by sitting on a Gaaim Balanceball Chair. Also, if you move your butt from side to side a little bit on the Balanceball Chair, then you increase the benefits of the chair. You can read a great review of the chair here: Gaiam Balance Ball Chair Review
Dr Oz gave everyone in his audience the Perfect Portions Food Scale, the GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbread and the Gaaim Balanceball Chair… but you can enter for a chance to win all three items for free to by going here tomorrow at 3 pm.