DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of February 04
Currently in its fourth season, the two-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, FEBRUARY 4, 2013
Then, February is heart-health month and Dr. Oz wants everyone to turn the health of their hearts around. He shares the four lifesaving tests every woman needs to take to prevent a heart attack and shows what the results could mean for your heart. Dr. Oz explains heart attack risk factors that could slip by unnoticed – why headaches, insomnia, and psoriasis might be concerning. But don’t worry, Dr. Oz and pharmacist Stacia Woodcock give their simple three-step plan for keeping your heart healthy.
Then, Dr. Oz talks with the doctors who say they can fix the ugliest legs in America – dermatologist Dr. Ariel Ostad has technology that can zap those spider veins, cosmetic surgeon Dr. Leonard Grossman can sculpt even the worst thighs, and Dr. Jame Heskett has the secret to smooth your cellulite.
After Dr. Oz fixes all your leg insecurities, he’ll share what to do when you feel like you have the ugliest haircut in America.
Plus, Dr. Oz speaks with Donatella and her husband, Dr. Allan Stewart, about her experience with the HCG diet and her improved food plan. They examine classic, and sometimes boring, healthy foods, but Donatella has revamped them all into delicious meals for every time of the day – all less than 500 calories. Food is the number one thing with the power to keep you healthy – Dr. Oz. Oz searches for what people put in their refrigerators and catches unsuspecting shoppers red-handed.
Later, Dr. Oz has created the perfect fridge for the fast-track to better health.
Plus, she has the three main reasons why women are in a metabolism slump – chronic dieting, eating diet or fat-free foods, and metabolic stress. Haylie shares the way to get out of this slump in three phases. Not only does she help kick start metabolisms, Haylie also explains to Dr. Oz how to keep metabolisms revved up for good.
Then, Dr. Oz reveals the revolutionary health reasons for your rage – brain issues, mood issues, alcohol or drug issues, and more. Dr. Oz has the medical explanations underlying people’s inability to control their anger.
Then Bobby Deen, author of “From Mama’s Table to Mine” and son of Paula Deen is here with Dr. Oz to discuss his simple secrets to turning everyone’s favorite comfort foods into lighter, leaner southern meals. Bobby reveals the five essentials he used to transform his mom’s recipes into healthier meals. For the first time, Bobby shows Dr. Oz how he slimmed down one of his mom’s most famous – and most fattening – comfort foods, sharing his recipe for lean and light chicken pot-pie.
Then, Dr. Oz delves into the possibilities of spontaneous healing – the astonishing power everyone possesses to cure anything from chronic pain to cancer. Dr. Jim Nicolai, medical director at the Integrative Wellness Program at Miraval Resort, says there’s actual science behind the body’s ability to heal . He reveals the three daily steps to enter this healing mode.
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