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The Doctors weigh in on the hottest health claims including one from Arnold Schwarzenegger, who reportedly adds a surprising ingredient to his protein shakes.
The actor, politician, and famous bodybuilder claims he bulks up by adding the whole egg, including the eggshell to his protein shakes.
Before you do this, the panel warns against eating raw eggs, as this could lead to salmonella, but there is a way to safely consume eggshells as it is available in a powder form. The Doctors note that just half an eggshell meets half of the recommended daily allowance of calcium the body needs, but they also point out the powder can be costly.
Besides eggshells, other foods that provide you with a good amount of calcium -- and are easier to eat and less expensive -- include milk, cheese and other dairy foods, green leafy vegetables like broccoli, cabbage and okra, soybeans, tofu, and nuts.
Also in the segment above, find out what The Doctors think about the claim that apple cider vinegar can help with weight loss.