Lower Your Cholesterol and Reduce Your Cancer Risk: Dr. Oz Dash Diet
Dr. Oz Dash Diet Explained; Lower your cholesterol and reduce your cancer risk with the #1 DIET THREE YEARS IN A ROW THE “DASH DIET” It’s easy-to-follow, safe and provides LASTING RESULTS!
July 30 2013, Dr. Oz explains the ins and outs of the “DASH diet”, what you can eat, and the benefits of the DASH diet.
As explained by Dr. Oz, the DASH diet stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. It’s one of two diets recommended by the USDA to promote health and wellness and prevent chronic diseases like high blood pressure or diabetes.
If the DASH diet sounds right for you, check out the Dr. Oz 7-day DASH Diet plan and Lose 7 Pounds in One Week.
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The Dash Diet has been proven to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and is associated with lower risk of several types of cancer, heart disease, stroke, heart failure, kidney stones, reduced risk of developing diabetes, and can slow the progression of kidney disease.
The DASH DIET does not mean sprinkling Dash spices on your foods. Make sure to look for food labels that say “sodium free,” “low sodium” or “very low sodium.” This is where the Dash Spices come in handy!
Dr. Oz DASH Diet Foods
Before you would even consider doing this now that the Dr. Oz Dash Diet has been explained, you are probably wondering what foods can I eat on the “Dash Diet”, you will be eating whole grains, fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy and very little red meat, sweets and fatty foods. You can still eat fish and chicken but in limited amounts. Check out the new “DASH Diet Food Pyramid“
- 6-8 servings of whole grains per day
- 4-5 servings of fruit per day
- 4-5 servings of vegetables per day
- 2-3 servings of low-fat dairy per day
- 6 or fewer ounces of lean meats, like poultry or fish per day
I have never tried this diet, but to some the above mentioned foods on the dash diet may seem like a lot or too little. So if if this seems like a small amount of food here are additional foods you can incorporate into your diet: Try these DASH Diet Meal Plan Recipes
- 4-5 servings of nuts, seeds, legumes per week
- 2-3 servings of fats and oils per day
- 5 or fewer servings of sweets per week
I suppose you may have been wondering and asked yourself “can I have sweets on the Dash Diet?” Well, yes you can. Don’t get too excited though, a serving of sweets would consist of 1 tablespoon of sugar, jelly, or jam; 1/2 cup of sorbet; or 1 cup of lemonade.
Next question: Can I have alcohol on the Dash Diet?
Yes, but no more than two alcoholic drinks a day for men, and one drink per day for women.
Dash Diet Action Plan
The DASH Diet action plan is rich in fruits, vegetables, low-fat and nonfat dairy, lean meats, fish and poultry, nuts, beans and seeds, heart-healthy fats, and whole grains, you will drop pounds and revolutionize your health while eating foods you love. In just two weeks you’ll experience:
-Lower body fat
-Improved strength and cardiovascular fitness
-Lower cholesterol and blood pressure without medication, and without counting calories!
As effective as the original DASH is for heart health, the program is now formulated for weight loss!
Dash Diet Weight Loss
easy program includes menu plans, recipes, shopping lists, and more. Everything you need to lose weight and get healthy!
With the Dash Diet Weight Loss Solution Book, DASH expert Marla Heller says readers will enjoy a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, low-fat and nonfat dairy, lean meats/fish/poultry, nuts/beans/seeds, heart healthy fats, and limited amounts of whole grains.
The result: faster metabolism, lower body fat, improved strength and cardiovascular fitness-plus the diet can lower cholesterol and blood pressure without medication, and without counting calories!
As effective as the original DASH for heart health and turbocharged for weight loss.
Dash Diet Cookbook
DASH expert Marla Heller, together with bestselling cookbook writer Rick Rodgers, makes it easy to prepare home-cooked meals that are fresh, fabulous, and DASH-approved. The DASH diet is a required medical recommendation for patients diagnosed with hypertension or pre-hypertension, a group of almost 130 million people, and this ultimate guide to cooking the DASH way serves up everything necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle. With recipes such as Cinnamon French Toast with Raspberry Sauce, Filet Mignon au Poivre, Yankee Clam Chowder, and Chocolate Fondue with Strawberries, eating health has never been so easy and delicious.