DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of April 7
Currently in its fifth season, the three-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning syndicated daily series THE DR. OZ SHOW is hosted by the two-time Emmy Award-winning Dr. Mehmet Oz, trusted health expert, best- selling author, and world-renowned cardiac surgeon. THE DR. OZ SHOW is an entertaining, high-octane, multi-topic hour offering equal parts life saving information in an "embarrassment-free" zone and where nothing is off limits or out of bounds.
MONDAY, APRIL 7, 2014
Are you sleep drunk? Dr. Oz addresses how getting too much sleep can make you feel just as groggy as not getting enough, and why oversleeping can damage your health.
Next, Dr. Oz reveals how gout, which was once known as the "disease of kings," is now on the rise in women. He tells you how to identify if you have gout and how to avoid getting it.
Then, Dr. Oz is joined by a woman who lived a whole year without sugar. Dr. Oz gets the lowdown on Eve Schaub's sugar-free year and shares some of her favorite no sugar recipes.
Later, Dr. Oz rekindles your interest in your on-again, off-again love affair with veggies. Chef Jennifer Stack joins Dr. Oz to show you new ways to use zucchini, cauliflower, and eggplant that will make you fall in love with veggies all over again.
Next, integrated medical doctor Dr. Tieraona Low Dog explains why she believes Americans are overmedicated, and how to choose natural healers that are better than prescription drugs.
Are you getting enough potassium? Dr. Oz shares the subtle signs that show you aren't getting enough of this mineral and how a shortage of potassium can affect your body.
Plus, Dr. Oz warns viewers that this spring could bring the worst allergy season yet. He explains why even more Americans are expected to suffer this year and provides a spring allergy survival guide.
Later, Dr. Oz emphasizes the simple power of meditation and the health benefits it provides. He is joined by the original hip hop mogul and Def Jam co-founder, producer and businessman, Russell Simmons, to give you the tips to follow for a successful and simple meditation.
Got milk? With store aisles overflowing with nondairy alternatives, how do you know which one is right for your family? Dr. Oz analyzes the ingredients in non-dairy milks to find out.
Next, Dr. Oz reveals the controversial diagnosis 80% of adults may suffer from—adrenal fatigue. He is joined by an integrative medicine doctor who specializes in women's health issues, Dr. Aviva Romm. Dr. Romm explains who is at risk for adrenal fatigue, and why it may be the source of your exhaustion.
Later on, Dr. Oz is joined by Dr. Michael Mosley, author of "The Fast Diet" to get Dr. Mosley's take on exercise. Learn why Dr. Mosely says the most efficient fat-burning workouts are also the fastest – some as short as 20 seconds!
Then, health and wellness coach Carron Coleman joins Dr. Oz to show you the perfect go-to infused waters that will improve your lifestyle.
Don't miss Dr. Oz's favorite healthy Pinterest accounts to follow!
Next, Dr. Oz announces the radical new diet to end inflammation—"The O-Diet." He is joined by gastroenterologist Dr. Roshini Raj to introduce the defining features of this diet and why it could help cure life-long ailments like arthritis, migraines, and IBS.
Then, Dr. Oz gives you 20 new uses for one of nature's best kept secrets – Epsom salt. Learn the many ways Epsom salt is more than just a bath time booster.
Are you struggling with sleeping through the night? Dr. Oz shares the new sleep solutions on YouT ube that insomniacs swear helps them fall asleep within minutes. He is joined by chief of neurosurgery at New York's Lenox Hill Hospital, Dr. David Langer, to examine how the sounds used in these videos can control your sleeping patterns.
Next, Dr. Oz is joined by a kid prodigy who cured her own cancer, Elana Simon. They discuss her touching story and the hope she maintained throughout her journey.
Then, Dr. Oz lets you in on four inflammatory foods no one ever talks about. He shares the health risks of inflammation and offers up some food substitutions for your diet.
Do you think there is no end to your exhaustion? Dr. Oz is here to give you hope. Clinician and educator Dr. Tieraona Low Dog joins Dr. Oz to reveal the holistic approach to chronic fatigue and three simple steps to fight it. Plus, Dr. Low Dog shares some healthy home remedies so you can stay well without a prescription.
Later, Dr. Oz unmasks the hottest new ancient grain – freekeh. He talks about how to eat it, cook it, and where you can get it.
To wrap up the hour, Dr. Oz shows how you can reduce your stress with a healing bath.
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