My personal opinion is that Dr. Oz is more of an entertainer than anything else-- every week, he features some new gimmick to lose weight. If you followed what he says, you'd be popping so many pills (raspberry ketones, green coffee extract, cayenne) that your stomach wouldn't have room in it, to miss the strawberries.
My suggestion-- quit listening to Dr. Oz. There is no magic fat burner. Calories in, calories out. Anything in moderation. SparkPeople has a wealth of information on nutrtion and healthy eating, that is backed up by proven science. While Dr. Oz may indeed be a "doctor", Dr. Kevorkian was one, too.
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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I saw this on Dr. Oz...and it looks like a way to drop lbs but.....what happens when the 21 days are over......do you go back to those banned foods (strawberries...really???)...and will you gain back what you lost on the cleanse. I really want to lose weight and eat like a normal person so I can maintain. So any of you out there who have any advice on this program, I would love to hear from you. BTW...67yrs old....lost 40 lbs so far. Thanks
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