DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of January 6
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 6, 2014
Then, Dr. Oz is joined by podiatrist Krista Archer to explain the lifesaving clues only your feet can tell you about your health. They discuss the symptoms you need to keep an eye on and demonstrate a simple foot test everyone can try to check for diabetes.
Next, Dr. Oz discusses a condition that affects millions of Americans – acid reflux. He talks about new research suggesting medications may be secretly harming you, and shows viewers med-free ways to say goodbye to acid reflux.
Do you want to look 10 years younger before the week is over? Dr. Oz invites the best experts in anti-aging to reveal their natural shortcuts for hair, makeup, and wardrobe.
Later, Dr. Oz shares his tips on keeping your veggies fresh.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 2014
Next, Dr. Oz writes you a prescription for a transformational 3-day detox. He is joined by founder of the nation's largest integrative medicine center, Dr. Woodson Merrell. They discuss Dr. Merrell's new book, The Detox Prescription, and how to find the right detox diet for you.
Are you drinking enough water each day? Dr. Oz shares a simple test to determine whether or not you're dehydrated, and how much water you should be drinking to maintain good health.
Then, Dr. Oz brings the spa to you. He sits down with the director of beauty services at Canyon Ranch, Laura Hittleman, to show you simple at home beauty treatments.
Later, Dr. Oz reveals the healthiest food you've never tried – Indian food. Indian cooking expert and host of "Aarti Party", Aarti Sequeira, joins Dr. Oz to dish the secrets on the best Indian ingredients.
To wrap up the hour, Dr. Oz talks about the smoothie to beat your bloat.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2014
Plus, Dr. Oz shares a new weight loss wonder for burning tummy fat faster – green banana.
Next, Dr. Oz reveals that the fountain of youth isn't a liquid at all. He's found it in a powder from Peru called camu camu, that has three major benefits that can help keep you young.
Later, Dr. Oz discusses the best packaged foods that no dieter should live without. Dr. Oz also reveals a new metabolism booster to keep your body's furnace burning all day long.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 2014
Do you know what happens to your eyes after age 40? Dr. Oz explains how your vision starts to blur as you age and talks about a common symptom of eye aging – presbyopia. Dr. Oz is joined by naturopathic doctor Andy Rosenfarb to discuss ways to exercise your eyes and who's at high risk for developing presbyopia.
Then, Dr. Oz reveals how to age-proof your hair. Women's Health magazine Executive Editor Amy Keller Laird explains why hair changes as women get older and helps to resolve viewer hair complaints.
What's your biggest stressor in life? Stress expert Neil Shah talks about the tools you need to stop your bridge of stress from collapsing.
Later, Dr. Oz has a few of his favorite food experts share their very own quinoa secrets. Learn the ancient grain's power to improve your skin, digestion, and help you lose weight.
Plus, Dr. Oz reveals the secret to cut your salt craving.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 2014
Then, Dr. Oz shares three different anti-aging pills for three different types of people. He is joined by dermatologist Dr. Tess Mauricio to discuss these anti-aging breakthroughs.
Can you tell the difference between a sore throat and strep throat? Dr. Oz explains the symptoms of strep throat and shares why a strep infection can be dangerous.
Plus, Dr. Oz shows you how to use your nose to make an early diagnosis and smell diseases. He explains how certain smells are linked to disease, and how particular odors can signal the onset of illness.
Later, Dr. Oz dishes out the super soup to fight off your winter cold and flu.
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