DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of February 10
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, FEBRUARY 10, 2014
Do your multivitamins really work? Dr. Oz sets the record straight on the multivitamin controversy. He is joined by the voice of alternative medicine , Dr. Joseph Mercola, to discuss the research behind multivitamins.
Then, Dr. Oz sheds light on the alarming new headlines about toxins in your fish. He joined by famed chef Mario Batali to explain which fish is safe to eat and why.
Should you join the coconut water craze? Dr. Oz outlines the health benefits of drinking coconut water and what to check for on the labels.
Plus, Dr. Oz shares the coolest health ideas he discovered on Pinterest.
Do you know your diet personality? Nutritional psychologist Dr. Amanda Baten joins Dr. Oz to help you decode the best diet for your personality type.
Next, Dr. Oz addresses what that burning pain in your belly really means and how to put an end to the fire in your gut.
Can the latest apps and gadgets really make you healthier? Dr. Oz is joined author and journalist AJ Jacobs to share the apps that can calm your nerves, change your mood, and help you lose weight for 2014!
Then, Dr. Oz reveals how you can indulge in the comfort foods you crave without ditching your diet. He is joined by recipe master and cookbook author Todd Wilbur to create health-proof versions of your favorite feel-good foods.
How far would you go to look younger? Are there limits to cosmetic surgery? Dr. Oz is joined by addiction specialist, Dr. Drew Pinsky and plastic surgeon, Dr. Anthony Youn to discuss addictions to cosmetic surgery and the extreme measures women are taking to look younger.
Next, Dr. Oz tells you the difference between IBS and a stomach bug, and the triggers that cause each. He offers up an all-natural, simple solution to end your stomach pain for good.
Concerned about your heart? Dr. Oz shares 3 pill-free ways to reduce your risk of heart disease and improve your heart health.
Later on, Dr. Oz shows you how it's possible to eat your stress away. He focuses in on foods that actually help reduce your anxiety in the stress-busting food edition of $500 Health Drop.
Next, Dr. Oz gives you the tools you need to succeed with the Rapid Weight Loss Diet. Hear the updates on his diet plan and some of the snacks that can help you lose that weight.
Do you know the difference between a cold sore and canker sore? Dr. Oz addresses the differences between the two, and solutions to make your mouth and your life a lot less painful.
Next, Dr. Oz lets you in on the ancient botanical oil that will cure your dry skin- rose oil. He shares the secret benefits of rose oil and ways it can work wonders on your skin.
Just when you finally lost that muffin top and toned up your cankles, there is a new area of your body that seems to be dropping- it's called a thut. One of the best trainers in the country, Noah Douglas Neiman, joins Dr. Oz to get to the bottom of this new problem area and give you the key moves to save you from that undesirable thut.
Later, Dr. Oz puts a healthy twist on casual Friday. He takes sweats and sneakers to a new level with the budding workplace trend- workout wear Friday.
Are you always hungry? Constantly watching the clock for the next meal? Dr. Oz clues you in on the newest, all-natural appetite suppressant and Mother Nature's "skinny sponge"—hulled barley.
Next, Dr. Oz reveals the toll commuting takes on his health – and yours. He shows you why your body reacts to stressful situations and offers two simple ways to dial down the stress of commuting.
Is it a cold or asthma? Dr. Oz familiarizes you on the difference between the two and their associated symptoms.
Later on, Dr. Oz announces that there is a new color in town – orange! In a game of Family Food, Dr. Oz enlightens you on the health power of orange foods. To assist Dr. Oz, host of ABC's "The Chew", Carla Hall, weighs in on the best orange foods for a healthy, nutritious diet.
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