DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of March 17
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, MARCH 17, 2014
Have you gone gluten-free but still don't feel better? Dr. Oz reveals the concerning ingredient that is in almost everything you eat – corn. He is joined by Dr. Amy Myers, who recognizes and treats patients with corn sensitivity.
Next, Dr. Oz shares the news about the FDA proposing changes to nutritional labels to make them easier to read and more realistic. His good friend Dr. Mike Roizen uncovers the truths behind food labels and furth er explains these new FDA label changes.
Do you ever wonder if that constant aching and tension in your shoulders and back is caused by something you wear every day? Stay tuned as Dr. Oz tells you the surprising reasons why your bra is causing your back pain and how to fix it.
Later on, Dr. Oz is cracking open a secret to slow down the aging process. Learn which mineral is a 4-way anti-ager.
Plus, Dr. Oz reveals videos of the latest dancing craze – treadmill dancing!
TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 2014
Next, Dr. Oz reveals how to fix the hormone that is behind all of your cravings – leptin. He explains three things that you can do to help put the brakes on your cravings.
Do you drink cranberry juice to fight your UTIs? Dr. Oz has a better alternative to prevent infections that doesn't involve cranberry juice.
Then, Dr. Oz discusses the new phenomenon that has been occurring among cancer patients - radical remission. He shares what you can learn from people who have had a remission from cancer without the help of doctors.
Plus, Dr. Oz introduces the all-day natural energy booster – oatstraw!
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2014
Then, Dr. Oz reveals the new shot that can jumpstart the big 'O.' Joined by reproductive endocrinologist and co-creator of the O-shot, Dr. Samuel Wood, Dr. Oz explains how the O-shot can help you achieve maximum pleasure and orgasm during sex.
Next, Dr. Oz wants you to say goodbye to stretch marks. He shares the new solutions to make them disappear.
Are you inconvenienced by headaches that even prescription drugs and pain relievers can't fix? Dr. Oz presents the top all-natural headache cures for every type of headache.
Later, Dr. Oz's viewers face off for the Healthy Crock Pot Dinner Challenge. Dr. Oz chooses the winning recipe based on nutrition, crock pot creativity, and taste.
Plus, Dr. Oz shows you how to pop off the pounds with the creator of POP Pilates, Cassey Ho.
THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 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.
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.
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