More Genres As for celebrity fad diets, Stork says he's suspicious. “I'm wary of all celebrity fad diets. I think when we started hosting 'The Doctors' is when the maple syrup diet came out, and it was all about, 'Oh pour a little maple syrup with lemon,' and I was like, 'No, no, that's not going to cure you of all that ails you. I think people need to be careful with celebrities because we always forget … celebrities have a lot of money and access to a lot of things that most normal people don't."
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3: Don’t skip breakfast. If you’re in a hurry, don’t be afraid to use a microwave. Crack an egg and microwave it for a minute. Now you’ve got a quick, healthy snack.
We have potentially 100 trillion bacteria living in our guts, and weighing up to six pounds! There’s good and bad bacteria. It’s mostly beneficial bacteria doing all these little tasks [to keep us healthy].
Bottom line: When it doesn’t have all that extra sugar, yogurt packs in protein you need to keep your belly full. Buy an unflavored tub of Greek or Icelandic yogurt, which is higher in protein, and mix in fruit or a little honey to keep the sugar in check.
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