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The Doctors give blue spirulina extract, a health trend that’s been popping up all over the place, a try. People are adding this extract to smoothies, bowls and lattes.
The Doctors sip on smoothies with the added extract and although The Doctors say you can’t really taste the spirulina, Dr. Travis calls this trend a bust because it is so expensive! Some brands are $62 for 50g of powder. And, plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon says it smells like fish food!
Another hot trend? Singer Selena Gomez recently posted a photo of herself on social media wearing ankle weights at Disneyland, and the internet is touting it as a genius fitness tip. But do The Doctors agree? find out below.