Dr Oz Raves about The Four Hour Body

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Dr Oz interviews Tim Ferris, the author of The Four Hour Body.

Now, I’m sure that you’ve heard a few critics who’ve knocked Tim and said that a lot of his assertions were based on myth and a little bit of hocus pocus.

Let’s put it this way…

If there are results, do we need to understand it before applying?

Must the caveman know that cooking is an oxidation process before they can cook? And anyway, really, it’s not like the book was entirely baseless, it has lots of big names, references to existing research and, most uniquely, personal experimental results to stand behind the claims.

Fortunately, there are people who are willing to look at things with an open mind.

What intrigues me most of all is the fact that Dr Oz and his team of researchers actually agree with the claims from the book!

If you haven’t already, get the Four Hour Body Book

Here are the links to the 3 part video:

 

Part 1

 

Part 2

 

Part 3

 

Thanks to Scott @ http://scottsbody.com/ for sharing

 

 

2 Comments
  1. Annette Lamb says

    I have the Pagg stack but ideal on how to use them and I want to try them..please help so I can get going..Annette

    1. Aaron says

      Very simple, Just follow the book.

      EGCG, ALA and Garlic just prior to your meals (breakfast lunch and dinner)

      ALA, Garlic and Policosanol just before you sleep

      Using this with the slow carb diet will definitely give you great results!

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