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'I can make you Thin' book author and hypnotist Paul McKenna interviewed on ‘The Dr. Oz Show’

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I Can Make You Thin: The Revolutionary System Used by More Than 3 Million People (Book and CD) author Paul McKenna

(Best Syndication News) - On today’s ‘The Dr. Oz Show,’ Hypnotist and self-help author, Paul McKenna, was interviewed on the TV show. McKenna is from the UK and he has a PhD in human behavior. He wrote a popular book titled, “I Can Make You Thin.” In 2008, he had a five-episode series air on cable networks similarly named, ‘I Can Make You Thin with Paul McKenna.’

McKenna told ‘The Dr. Oz Show’ that he was a geeky kid in school and his teachers did not think he would be successful in life. His first job was working as a radio station host, that was when he interviewed a hypnotist who offered to hypnotize him. McKenna said that he felt much better after hes was hypnotized and knew then that he wanted to learn hypnosis so that he could help other people. He uses his hypnotism skills to help people overcome things such as smoking or weight loss. He admitted that he is rich, but he is also a man on a mission to help people. McKenna thinks that the brain can be reprogrammed to help people eat less food and to feel good about themselves.

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Doctor Oz gives five ways to lower Cholesterol Numbers on ‘The Dr. Oz Show’

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(Best Syndication News) - Doctor Oz had an interesting segment on ‘Dr. Oz’ TV show today about five things that everyone can do to help reduce cholesterol numbers. He explained that everyone should know their cholesterol numbers just as if they know their body weight.

Doctor Oz’s list of five things to lower cholesterol

1. Reduce the amount of belly fat, which will help the liver produce less cholesterol in the bloodstream. Dr. Oz explained that the belly fat sends a chemical to the liver. This chemical then poisons the liver and cause the liver to make more LDL ‘bad’ cholesterol increasing the amount in the blood.

2. The next way to lower high cholesterol is to walk for 20 minutes everyday.

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Doctor Oz Discusses The Biggest Lies about Cancer on his Dr Oz Show

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(Best Syndication News) Doctor Mehmet C Oz told his studio audience that they may be worried for the wrong reasons on Thursday’s show. There are some myths concerning cancer and he wanted to set the record straight.

Cancer is the second leading cause of death. He said that the doctors aren’t telling the lies, but we are “telling each other’.

Big Lie #1: You Don’t Have Cancer

“We all have microscopic cancers growing inside of us all of the time,” Dr William Li, MD, a cancer researcher and pioneer, told Oz. There are 50 trillion cells in our body and all it takes is one cell to mutate.

Our immune system fights these cells every day. Also, our body naturally prevents blood vessels from growing into and feeding cancers.

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Dr Oz Show Discusses All Time Favorite Tips - Natural Antibiotics and Best Online Deals

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(Best Syndication News) Doctor Mehmet C. Oz discussed his viewer’s all-time favorite tips on Friday’s show. He also discussed remedies for excessive sweating and natural antibiotics.

Viewer Tip #1: Agave Nectar

Tracy lost 100 pounds using Agave Nectar. She had a serious sugar addiction, so she substituted the nectar for the sugar.

Here is her 300 calorie Banana Smoothie recipe:

1 Tbsp Agave
1/5 Ripe Banana
1 Tbsp Peanut Butter
½ Cup Skim Milk
1 Tsp Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
2 Cups of Ice

Tracy said that the Agave was sweeter than sugar and was a great substitute.

Viewer Tip #2: Konjac Root

Kate was able to kill her food cravings with Konjac root. The root controlled her appetite for carbs and sugar. She also lowered her cholesterol. It is a great source of fiber. The Konjac Root costs about $15 and the Shirataki Noodles are about $2.00. The noodles are used for stir fry.

Viewer Tip #3: Anti-Inflammatory Tea

Julia said anti-inflammatory tea was her favorite tip. It just made her feel better.

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Dr Oz Show Investigates Longevity – How Old will you be when you die

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(Best Syndication News) On Thursday’s Dr Oz show, Doctor Mehmet C Oz interviewed Jay, a 43-year old commissioned salesman. Besides determining how long Jay would live, he also gave him tips to improve his survival. The program also discussed the Glucomannan (konjac root fiber) supplement.

Jay was obese, had a family history of heard disease, ate the wrong food and drank beers every day. His lack of exercise and possible sleep apnea also weighed heavily on his mortality.

Jay’s wife said he has high cholesterol, acid reflux and has been diagnosed with Barrett's Esophagus, which is a precursor to esophageal cancer. She thinks he has sleep apnea because she hears him stop breathing at night. She is worried.

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