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tv   A Healthy You Carol Alt  FOX News  November 24, 2013 1:00pm-1:31pm PST

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. welcome to a "a healthy you." i'm carol alt. david was so knowledgeable about the body, i had to took advantage of him being here to ask him a whole separate question because i knew that he suffered from allergies. i wondered what does he do to stop street sneezing and sniffles? you would be surprised at what he does. i know i was. plus, i'm sure you watch the infomercial for this next product and saw some amazing results. i did, too. now i want to know, will i get those same results or not? invited the ladies of determine a one to try to convince me
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their product will not only make me look younger, it will improve my skin tone. but first, so many people have asked me how to detox heavy metals out of the body. do you worry about this? what with eating fish with heavy metals? plastics? reaching into our water. do you wish you could clean all of this out of your body by doing one similar thing. how to clean your body inside and out. >> anybody who knows me knows i love hockey. and in particular, hockey players. not just any hockey players. i like smart, interesting hockey players. and that's just what i have got here. i have a very smart and interesting hockey player. i'm going to walk over to him and find out why he's so smart and so interesting. this is chris chel yoes. >> chelios. >> you do something very special to keep healthy. and to detox.
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>> right. >> i heard. because you like drinking beer. shame on you. but anyway, you like to detox. so tell us about your particular regime. >> i have been doing it 30 years. >> what have you been doing? >> i have been doing the cycle sonic. it is fast, clean, healthy. the idea behind the infrared is ceramic heating elements and will open up your pores quicker than the electric one. from the surface out and it will get rid of the toxins, food, booze. >> how did you find this psych a sauna? >> rodney through aaron down who played with me as a teammate in detroit. >> aaron, come on over and join us he's real shy. >> listen, i have all these cup rings around me. you found this because you were looking for something to detox you. >> correct. >> keep you healthy. prolong your career. here is aaron. aaron, you actually own part of the company, yes. >> i don't tone company but -- i
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put everybody together and put chris and rodney and myself all together. >> this is your team. i hear you don't take any compensation for this. you do it because you love it. >> no. when i met rodney, explained everything about it and details, you know, we got together, a healthy way to go. >> what benefits did it give you? >> feel way better. detoxify. if you don't have the time go to a gym or sometimes it takes extra or harder work to sweat, this is the easy way. >> what did you do? >> same thing. it is like -- it is an executive workout. you get if will. once you sweat, you automatically feel better. >> executive workout because you can do it in your office, whatever. >> exactly. >> your parents doing it. your father is 81. >> 81. all of a sudden -- she a diabetic. his blood went normal. his medication went down. i mentioned earlier my mom won't do it because of her hair. >> i read -- i read a lot of research on this. they said that because you sweat so much in the cycle sauna that
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you actually sweat out more quickly through sweat than through urine. toxins that are in your skin. you sweat out all kinds of bpas which are plastics and heavy metals. >> yes. >> it helps all kinds of health issues, type would diabetes. >> absolutely. >> yes. >> allergies, asthma. i know that chris, who we had on an earlier show is a good friend of yours. had asthma issue. he changed his diet and got rid of the beer, hello. >> well, bottom line is that it is all about sweating. >> all right. let's take a look at it. all right. >> it is simple. windows. some people have a problem with. >> it is a sauna but it is not so very hot. >> that's what makes it more tolerable for older people. >> i was wondering, how do you cycle in this if it is that hot and you have to breathe in it so it doesn't affect you at all?
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>> it gets up to 120, 130 degrees. it is comfortable. you can stay in longer periods of time. >> okay. why wouldn't i just like crank up the heat in my room and ride a bike? or crank down the heat in my sauna and ride a what's so diff? >> it is healthier. ceramic elements, heating elements. it opens your pores quicker. it is a healthier heat. there's month other way to explain it. >> you don't have to get it very hot and you can get the same benefits. >> correct. riding the bike is a bonus. you build your -- build yourself up to a longer period of time to ride. >> guy, i know that, you know, chris is a hockey player. that's for you. but girls -- >> here we go. >> this is for us. he is going to show us how to use the cycle sauna. if that gets me in that kind of shape, i'm sold. hop in there and show us how it
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is done. >> all right. cheap plastic bag. not cheap but lightweight bike. >> does the bike come with it? >> it is not part of the package but he throws this in there. >> rodney cycle sauna, the owner. >> absolute. >> i it is pa medical grade sauna. >> yes. there's nothing in here that's toxic. >> come on. you can talk and cycle at the same time. >> yeah. >> no lazy. you had beers last night. it is time. you set the timer for ten minutes. >> yes. >> 10, 15 minutes the fact that it doesn't get as hot, you know, electric in here does not melt it, you know, it is functional. you spin and you have a tv outside of the window, watch tv to kill time. you can read. >> speakers up here also. >> yes. you have automatic kinds of ways to kill time in the sauna. >> the infrared, made of ceramic. >> yes. nontoxic. anything in here the screws, they are all -- no toxic things in here. >> that's what rodney said said. medical grade.
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if you -- you can do -- sauna and cycle and, mine, it is like the peanut butter cup of sports. they are great separately but together, it is just amazing. incredible benefits. cycle sauna. you will be seeing a lot more of this. thanks, chris. >> did you bet. i will leave you to detox. don't be lazy. >> chris didn't want to take off his t-shirt. he was a really good sport there. i know it is the nhl season. i wish him good luck to his team. up next, autumn is beautiful time of year. it can also create some horrible allergies for many people. and taking antihistamine that can make you drowsy is not always ideal. do you want to put a synthetic drug in your body? today nutrition expert david wolf is back with tips on how
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tolerable, tolera years ago this man was overweight and sick and tired. on his way to some major health issues. you would not know that looking at him today. how did he do it? he educated himself. he changed his life but more importantly, he changed his eating. the author of "eating for beauty." the genius behind the nutri bullet, david wolf is here to explain how really good or bad it is for us. and maybe, just maybe, i can coax him in a shedding light on the mysteries of allergies. when i speak to people about food and what is healthy food, nobody seems to know what healthy food is. it is -- it is an enigma to them. can you explain why this is happening? >> well, we have so many different foods thrown in front of us. what i always am looking for is
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quality. i go for organic, food that i know the person that grew it, i will look for food that looks fresh. i will only drink fresh juices. and we need a new standard. i think that's what you are doing for us. you are helping to set that standard of what is really actually healthy. >> i think we are both helping to do that. sometimes i say what did you have last night? our dinner last night was so healthy. boiled chicken and broccoli. it is so disgusting in my brain. >> where did that chicken come from? >> it is not healthy at all. boiling it so it is boring and bland, that's supposed to be okay? that's healthy? i don't find raw foods at all boring or bland. >> one of the things that we love is green juices. celery, cucumber, lemon juice. there is no calories, no stimulants. no sugar. but there is a lot of energy there. >> go to one lucky duck and you can get cookies and ice cream and cakes and all kinds of amazing raw foods. >> with no side effects. >> no side effects. not getting you heavy or fat or
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diabetic. i'm also struck by the fact that people are afraid to change their diet. >> well, we -- hear so many mixed reports. what you have to do is look at somebody that's getting the results that you desire. and then just do what they are doing. that's the old secret of success. find someone that's getting results you desire and do what they are doing. >> it is funny you would say that. when i was choosing a regime for my lifestyle, i looked at all the doctors out there. i chose dr. brantley as -- that's what i want to look like and so i adopted what he did had was raw food. i have not regretted it or looked back one day. i had heavy duty allergies. i know a lot of people do. especially food allergies. what can you tell us about the correlation between food allergies and food? >> it is increasing. increasing dramatically. hi terrible allergies as well, pollen and food allergies. >> do you have them now? >> well, i have been able to get rid of it. >> that's what people don't understand. you can get rid of allergies. >> absolutely. it was crippling actually. every now and then if i run myself down i can feel itchy
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eyes sometimes or tin gl in the back of my throat. the way i got sensitive to pollens or things like that. >> what is happening there? >> what's happening is my adrenals are getting taxed. i'm going low in sodium. the right kind of sodium. this is an important thing i discovered in my own research on my own allergies. i started finding out there is a relationship between hydration and having the right kind of salt. and what we have recommended for people with allergies is doing the salt switch. switching from table salt and move to sea salt. i started using sea salt. it was like an instinct or intuition that started caming through and started drinking saltwater when i feel allergies coming back. i take pure water. couple pinches of salt to it. sea salt. drink that. all of a sudden it would go away. i started looking into this further. i found it was in the old medical books in the 1850 az me parents had. >> there are a lot offings in the old medical books they cut out to make room.
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let's talk about that in another show. tell us other things that you can do in order to help with your allergies. >> you have to take the burden off your body and the ear zpants toxins. eat things that are non-inflammatory. omega 3 fatty acids, anti-inflammatory. anti-6 can be inflammatory. people are sensitive to nuts. that's high in omega 6. we want things more rich in omega 3s. it is because of the proteins and oils. it is also because of the one other factor as well. one of the things about nuts other than omega 6 is that it is just dash a lot of food. very heavy. >> do you find that maybe detoxifying the body would help with -- >> helps dramatically. rights. it is a whole process. let's waik walk you through it. we want to get verse order what is healthy food. irritants out of our diet, kel kals, fillers. chemicals. they are very allergenic. we want to bring those down and then start on the detox program.
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absolutely. >> add salt and water. it can be as simple as all of that. oh, my gosh. you shed so much light on allergies today. i so appreciate your coming here. i know we will have you back on again because you are a genius when it comes to these little things. thank you, david. up next, the folks from derma wand are here to explain to me how can help keep me young. with a fresh baked brownie? ♪ yes! yes you can. bake the world a better place with nestle toll house.
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welcom welcome back to "a healthy you." okay. i watched the infomercials for the next product. saw some amazing results. i read the instructions really well. there's no problem there. it is not too small. i could see it. i have been doing what they
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said. but i couldn't get my eyebrow to stay up there and stay like that. so i invited the people from derma one to come and show me and convince me i can get the same results that were in the infomercial. park stella is the spokesperson for derma wand is here. stella, i'm all yours. i actually even removed my makeup. i did all of this. so that you can show me what i am doing wrong, if i am doing anything wrong. i didn't get that, you know -- the dramatic. did you just do that? was that dramatic license for the infomercial? >> no. you know what? like everyone is individual. you are going to get individual results. the more you use it, the better the results. let's try on you and let's give it a whirl and see. >> here is julie trying it over here. she's -- she is getting -- had a friend say to me, i was aphrase to use because there is something shooting out. tell us what the derma wand is and how it works. >> you a see now, carol,
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she's -- julie is actually giving a little light pressure using the dermawind. it operates at 168,000 cycles per second. it sounds like a lot of stuff. what you are really getting is -- a lot of -- doing facial and i can only go so far. >> it doesn't give you a permanent result, does it? >> right. you know what, here's the thing. instead of surgery or even two complements women that have injections, you have to have increase e ed oxygen to the ski. >> keeping you look younger? >> tightening and toning the skin and helping your own body to do and be the best it can be. >> okay. i have to say that -- i want you to try it on me. it has different levels. the first level was low.
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i started on that about a month and half ago. i moved it up. is it going here? >> yes. >> it won't even do anything until it comes in contact with the skin. >> right. it doesn't make a noise. i use moisturizer with it. >> perfect. that enhance it is effects. >> julie is using it with her makeup off. >> i took my makeoff off. >> you are brave. >> does this come with the package? >> it does. this is the hydrate infusion. you can use any moisturizer with it if you have a favorite. >> the way i have been doing it, i like spin it around like this first. >> yeah. yum ward strokes. >> then i come back and do it upward stroke and hold it for three seconds. >> that's it. >> then i come back and hold it for three seconds. >> what are you feeling? >> i feel like a little electrical pulse at the tip. like it is a little tingle. is i smell the oxygen.
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i really do. it does tingle. like i said -- maybe i'm not the actual best person to use this on because -- i am looking to see what it does. >> you know what? crank it up a little bit more. >> it is all the way up. >> let me come over here. >> do it away. let's go close on this so we can see what it does i will try to get the arch of your eyes. close your eye for a second. we are going to lift up here a little bit. >> hold it for 40 seconds. >> ever so slowly bringing it right up. here's the thing. sometimes people respond immediately. sometimes people need a little bit more time with it. your skin is pretty tone and tight on its own. >> that's what i'm saying. what i was looking for was that dramatic lift. can you come close again with the camera so we can see what result i got? >> see in here i can tell a little bit of a lift. it is temporary. the more you use it, the better the results.
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>> when you see temporary how long does it last? >> lit not fall in two seconds. >> last through dinner? >> it will last through the day, right. then again and it is cumulative. >> i'm getting more results than a month and a half. >> i have been in it for ten years now. i'm going to be 53. >> you are 80 and look 50, 100. you look really -- your skin looks really good. >> thank you. >> here's the results i did get from it. now, i can't tell about toning. even though i have been doing it a month and a half, it is not like my gosh, what a big result. my eyebrows and everything lifted. it literally -- not right away but it actually took it off. i didn't have to go the a dermatologist to get it taken off. that for me already was the price of the derma wand. if you have something like that and it is small enough -- you think it might help, i did get a result like that. the other stuff, well, i think
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that -- like stella said, everybody is a little bit different. something you might try. dramatic, eyebrow lifting, infomercial results, maybe dramatic license. you know. >> look on julie. >> we will go back for another close-up. >> her muscles are toned and respond pretty quickly to it. again, it is like a treadmill. some people see dramatic results. they go at it like a beast all the time. then some people do it a little bit at their own pace. >> longer you do it -- in each session, the better off you are. >> absolutely. can't beat. >> it thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you both for coming. all right. so my vote is like -- you know, for someone that can really need the lift. up next, we ask carol. [ male announcer ] this is brad. his day of coaching begins with knee pain, when... [ man ] hey, brad, want to trade the all-day relief of two aleve for six tylenol? what's the catch? there's no catch. you want me to give up my two aleve for six tylenol?
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you, time now welcome back to a healthy you. time for our weekly segment "ask carol." do you drink coffee? i have to confess, i do like a good cappuccino every now and then. but i rarely drink coffee. in fact, i think i have had one or two in seven years. the reason i rare delinquent coughy i feel it is extremely acidic to the body. most of us are acid anyway and we should eat as muchal can a line products as much as possible to balance out the ph body and i sacrifice coffee. acid in the body does two things. it can age you and inflame you. one causing wrinkles and the other causing disease. also, it is really too much of a kick for the drenals. at some point they will be too stressed out and not function properly. i want my body functioning properly so i feed it what it needs to do just that. remember, if you have a question about diet, exercise or anti-aging, just tweet me. post it on my facebook page.
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that's all for today. thanks so much for joining me. until next time, i hope you are learning to be more of a healthy you. hi, everyone. i'm jamie kolbe. it is time for "sunday house call. yts. >> joining us is dr. david, chairman of urology. chief of robotic surgery. >> dr. mark seagal is joining us. associate professor of medicine at nyu's medical center. also author of "the interpulse. unlocking the secret code of sickness and health." which is what we do here every sunday. great to see you. >> great to see. >> did you we will start something that's really important. you know how good good a good night's sleep makes you fe


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