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Cyber Monday Oz Roundup: Increase Memory and Energy


By , Managing Editor
Monday, November 26, 2012
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Is "scatterbrained" a word you’d use to describe yourself? While the stress of the holidays may be partly to blame, there are steps you can take to change what you thought were irreversible symptoms of aging.

Last week on “The Dr. Oz Show,” Dr. Mehmet Oz discussed why you might be without as much energy as before, or feeling forgetful.

Since Dr. Oz doesn’t endorse any specific products or brands, we picked some of our top sellers to scoop up this Cyber Monday. Here are the top supplements that best fit the doctor’s orders this week:

Wheat Germ OilOz Recommendation One: Wheat Germ
This product was recommended by guest Deepak Chopra, who was on the show to discuss boosting your memory and preventing Alzheimer’s disease. Rich in vitamins, wheat germ has exhibited homocysteine-lowering capabilities. Homocysteine is an amino acid that, when present in high amounts, can put you at greater risk for conditions like Alzheimer’s, as well as stroke.

OUR PICK: Wheat Germ Oil from Now -- 100 Softgels for $7.71
If you’re not into the taste or texture of wheat germ when added to your food, this product is a great option. Produced from expeller-pressed wheat germ, it’s rich in fatty acids and vitamin E for antioxidants. Just two softgels a day provides more that 2,000 mg of wheat germ oil.

Nattokinase 100 mgOz Recommendation Two: Natto
Guest Tim Ferriss, author of “The 4-Hour Chef,” suggested individuals in need of greater energy try this secret from Japan. Made from fermented soybeans, natto contains an enzyme called nattokinase which has cognitive, circulatory and digestive benefits. If you’re not into eating natto, he recommended a nattokinase supplement. Aim for 100 mg, taken three times a day.

OUR PICK: Nattokinase 100 mg from Source Naturals -- 30 Caps for $14.31 or 60 Caps for $27.53
This quality supplement provides 100 mg of nattokinase per serving, the amount recommended by Ferriss. Each capsule also provides 2,000 fibrin units (FU) of activity. Taken daily, this supplement provides support for the circulatory system, bringing the correct amount of oxygenated blood throughout the body.

Dandelion Root TeaOz Recommendation Three: Dandelion
If you need a pick-me-up, dandelion was another suggestion from Ferriss. He recommended making a “coffee” from ground dandelion as an alternative to regular coffee from coffee beans. Dandelion also supports proper liver and digestive system function and is a natural diuretic, helping remove excess water from the body to reduce overall body weight.

OUR PICK: Dandelion Root Tea from Alvita -- 30 Bags for $7.28
This product is an convenient way to enjoy dandelion. This tea is made with roasted dandelion root and makes a great coffee substitute. However, the taste is pretty bitter. As suggested by Ferriss, you can add some almond milk or soy milk and spices like cardamom or cinnamon to sweeten it up.

WholemegaOz Recommendation Four: Omega-3
Guests Dr. Sue Varma and Dr. Ned Hallowell came by the show to discuss the issue of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adult women. More and more women are being diagnosed with this condition, which can cause moodiness and other cognitive difficulties. Dr. Hallowell suggested omega-3 fatty acids, found in fish oil or blue green algae, like spirulina, to support brain health.

OUR PICK: Wholemega from New Chapter -- 60 Softgels for $17.97, 120 Softgels for $32.97 or 180 Softgels for $47.98
This fish oil supplement from New Chapter is made with extra virgin fish oil produced from 100 percent wild caught salmon oil. Each serving provides 520 mg of omega-3s, including 180 mg of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and 220 mg of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). You also get omega-5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

Vitamin D3 2,000 IUOz Recommendation Five: Vitamin D
Another supplement recommended to support cognitive health function for women who are feeling frazzled and overextended was vitamin D3. Rich in antioxidants, vitamin D is great for healthy bones and teeth and also enhances mineral absorption.

OUR PICK: Vitamin D3 2,000 IU from eVitamins -- 120 Softgels for $5.99
Our vitamin D3 is highly absorbable for maximum benefit and is free of fillers like magnesium stearate and stearic acid as well as common allergens. Each serving provides 2,000 IU of vitamin D3 for widespread antioxidant benefits. This high quality supplement helps you get your daily D when you can’t be out in the sun.

These products and more are available at great prices at eVitamins. Happy Cyber Monday!

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