DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of January 20
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, JANUARY 20, 2014
Do you have hidden salt bombs in your medicine cabinet? Pharmacist Jan Engle discusses what you need to know about hidden sodium in medicine.
Then, Dr. Oz takes a closer look at one of the most crucial parts of dieting – snacking. He helps you discover your snacking personality so you can make healthier choices and even lose weight.
When you hear the word superfood do you think super expensive? Dr. Oz sends you on a superfood scavenger hunt so you can stock up on some ridiculously cheap superfoods.
Next, Dr. Oz is joined by pharmacist Stacia Woodcock. Together they share three surprising secrets that can save you big money at the drugstore.
Later, Dr. Oz makes you rethink the idea that pain or an injury is an excuse not to exercise. He demonstrates a lowimpact workout for anyone with back pain.
Is soy really healthy or dangerous? Dr. Oz and nutritionist Ashley Koff set the record straight on the confusing health controversies surrounding soy.
Then, Dr. Oz takes a closer look at that nagging pain in your jaw. He takes the attention off of eating and focuses on how chewing can affect your health.
Could the cure for your year-round allergies be an ancient Chinese remedy? Acupuncturist Jill Blakeway and Dr. Oz discuss acupuncture's potential to provide allergy relief.
Next, Dr. Oz celebrates another ancient Chinese practice – Qi Gong. He shows you how to use the moves of Qi Gong to heal your body, mind, and spirit.
Dr. Oz wraps up the hour by sharing a test to tell if you're burning fat and two simple ways to ensure you 're working out hard enough.
Then, Dr. Oz shares that early cancer detection may be a simple bathroom break away. He shows you the three things you should look for in your pee to detect cancer.
Are the new green drinks really healthy? Dr. Oz weighs in on the benefits of the salad in a bottle green drinks and lets you know if they are helpful or harmful.
Next, Dr. Oz is making sure you don't get duped by revealing common food label lies. He lets you in on the health buzzwords on labels that may be a scam.
How do you know which health apps really work? Tech expert and app creator Steve Greenberg joins Dr. Oz to discuss the best apps to cure what ails you.
Later, Dr. Oz shares the easiest at home workout – yoga. He explains how yoga reduces stress and shares some different yoga positions.
Thinking about going vegan? Dr. Oz shares the dos and don'ts of a vegan lifestyle.
Next, Dr. Oz lets you in on the three key supplements you should take in 2014. He offers up tips on how and when you should take multivitamins.
Then, Dr. Oz gives you a holistic prevention guide for the diseases you fear the most. Joined by prevention and wellness expert Dr. Tasneem Bhatia, they discuss the difference between conventional and holistic medicine.
Later, Dr. Oz reveals one of the most common reasons you go to your doctor – a cough. He explains the four most common coughs and how to cure them.
To wrap up the hour, Dr. Oz shows off one move you need to tone your entire body without even moving a muscle.
Do you know what's really causing your back pain? Dr. Oz reveals what could be the culprit of back pain and shares how to prevent it.
Then, Dr. Oz discusses the most important meal of the day – breakfast. Dr. Oz and top nutritionists and trainers show you how to create a quick on-the-go healthy breakfast.
Do you want to remove your unwanted hair? Dr. Oz tackles your embarrassing problem of unwanted hair, showing you how to get rid of it once and for all.
Later, Dr. Oz introduces you to a purple potato, which not only tastes great but can also help lower your blood pressure.
Dr. Oz wraps up the hour by sharing his quick fix for one of the biggest energy zappers – low iron.
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