DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of March 25
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, MARCH 25, 2013
Later, Dr. Oz and psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula say that our eating habits affect who we are, and how you like your coffee can reveal everything from how you handle stress to how you make the decisions – even what type of a friend you are.
Then, Todd Carmichael has found the best places to order the healthiest coffee drinks.
Then, there’s another popular drink also coming under fire – energy drinks. Mom blogger and pediatric nutritionist Dr. Deb Kennedy joins Dr. Oz because she’s convinced energy drinks aren’t safe for kids, and she’s taking on one of the country’s biggest energy drink makers to drive home her point. Dr. Oz and Dr. Deb have three guidelines to help protect your children.
Later, one of the nation’s food giants now leads the charge to label genetically modified foods. This topic caused a reaction the last time Dr. Oz discussed it and today Whole Foods’ Co-CEO Walter Robb explains the company’s project and goal to complete by 2018. Consumer Reports scientist Michael Hansen also weighs in with his opinion and belief on the importance of labeling genetically modified foods.
As religion and science collide, Jesus' health and the diet that he was able to eat in those Biblical times becomes more clear. Author AJ Jacobs and physician Dr. Don Coleburt share with Dr. Oz their unique insights and expertise on the question: what would Jesus eat? The sacred texts also contain instructions on topics ranging from overeating to drinking alcohol to ways to avoid disease.
Then, everyone has fears, obsessions and little quirks. They can be embarrassing and uncomfortable – more than anything they can be kind of strange. Today Dr. Oz gives the explanations for everyone’s weirdest fears, and Dr. Oz and Dr. Jennifer Hartstein answer the question – how strange is just too strange?
Then, for many women it is the single most vulnerable time in their lives – divorce. Women across the country are now going under the knife as a drastic way to get back at their ex-husbands and some plastic surgeons, including Dr. Brent Moelleken, encourage this – even offering divorce discounts. Dr. Oz and Dr. Moelleken discuss why plastic surgery after divorce may be positive. In contrast, Dr. Michael Niccole talks with Dr. Oz about the dangers of this kind of practice and psychiatrist Dr. Alicia Salzer also weighs in with her opinion on undergoing a dramatic surgery after an event as traumatic as divorce. Dr. Oz and Dr. Salzer then reveal three ways to get healthy revenge without going under the knife.
Then, the mean, green, fighting machine that provides boundless amounts of energy, and you can find it right in your local grocery store.
Later, Dr. Oz shares his one-minute wake up and life extenders. Tune in to learn about the new antioxidant that can make you live years longer, and the best anti-aging oils you’re not eating. Don’t miss the viewers’ anti-aging showdown and best tips to fight those wrinkles!
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