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, MAY 13, 2013
“THE DOPAMINE DIET: THE EASY WAY TO CUT YOUR CRAVINGS NATURALLY”
Today Dr. Oz is revealing a whole new way to suppress your hunger and naturally curb your cravings. He is joined by colleague and naturopathic doctor Dr. Bryce Wylde to discuss how Dopamine is that feel-good hormone that will change everything you thought you knew about cravings and temptation. Dr. Oz and Dr. Wylde explain how to control your amount of Dopamine and recognize symptoms that may reveal your Dopamine level is too low. Then, Dr. Wylde shares the details of The Dopamine Diet, and how it can suppress your cravings naturally.
Later, TV’s first super nanny Jo Frost joins the stage to talk about her tough love health rules to save your sanity and your life. Dr. Oz and nanny Jo discuss the top three sanity stealers and the biggest health struggles in America’s families. After, nanny Jo helps couples in conflict to stop their health-sabotaging behavior, and reveals a serious health condition she suffers from.
TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2013
“HEALTH SPLURGES THAT CAN ACTUALLY SAVE YOU MONEY!”
Being healthy seems like it can cost a fortune, but today Dr. Oz is showing you how to indulge in your health and save thousands of dollars. From wine to beauty products to massages, Dr. Oz will show you how to get quality and quantity without breaking the bank. Dr. Oz also turns to his viewers for money-saving tricks of their own.
Then, Dr. Oz shares the newest drink to lower your blood pressure. High blood pressure is the number one cause of aging and a new study shows beetroot juice can lower your blood pressure in as little as 24 hours. Naturopathic doctor and medical director Dr. Pina LoGiudice joins Dr. Oz to discuss what makes this super power drink so special, and the science behind why drinking your beets is better than eating them.
Later, in a game of Family Food, Dr. Oz reveals the common foods found at your supermarket that can lower blood pressure and reduce the risk for heart disease.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2013
“WHAT HAPPENS AT THE END OF LIFE?”
As a surgeon, Dr. Oz deals with life and death on a daily basis. Many people die and just a few come back from death – yet everyone wonders what really happens at the end of life. Grief counselor and author David Kessler speaks with Dr. Oz to talk about the studies he’s performed over 25 years researching the idea of life after death. Dr. Oz and David also talk to Colleen who had a near death experience and the things she saw and felt during this in-between phase of living.
Later, new science reveals that déjà vu is the brain sending messages that can help control your life and health. Psychologist Dr. Susan Bartell explains this feeling of déjà vu and what this means for the brain.
Then, Dr. Oz constantly gets asked for tips on how to relieve the stress in your lives – so he went to some of the nation’s top health experts for their secrets to cutting the stress in simple, quick, affordable steps, that he will reveal today.
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2013
“THE TRUTH ABOUT SLEEPING PILLS: HOW DESPARATE ARE YOU FOR A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP?”
Forty million of you aren't getting enough sleep and more and more of you are relying on sleeping aids to fix it, but do they really work? So today, the five new questions you need to ask yourself to find out if you're taking sleeping pills correctly, because if you're not, you could be ruining your sleep and your health. Sleep specialist Dr. Michael Breus and anesthesiologist Dr. Nina Radcliff debate the benefits and problems of taking sleeping aides, and the five essential questions to answer before taking a sleeping pill. Dr. Oz and Dr. Breus continue to talk about what surprising things are sleep wreckers and solutions to these patterns. Dr. Oz and Dr. Carol Ash discuss how sleep positions affect your sleep and your health, and what type of pillow is right for different positions.
Later, Consumer Report's deputy health editor Gayle Williams joins Dr. Oz to reveal their list of things that people just simply must have to keep their health up when they're at home.
Then, Dr. Oz shares America's Test Kitchen’s best-kept cooking secrets to save time, money, and energy in the place you need it most, the kitchen.
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2013
“DR. OZ ROAD TESTS AMERICA’S WACKIEST HEALTH TRENDS”
From the weirdest diet to the most outrageous health gadgets, Dr. Oz has the wackiest breaking health news you need to know. Dr. Oz has brought together two experts with a deep working knowledge of strange and peculiar health trends – science writer Mary Roach and gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez – to discuss how some of them are actually worth your time. Dr. Oz, Dr. Rodriguez and Mary talk about the recent fad with purple foods and possibly the most bizarre medical treatment Dr. Oz has ever talked about on the show. Dr. Oz and Mary discuss her new book Gulp, about the adventures of the alimentary canal and digestive system, and play 500 Dollar Health Drop: Gulp Edition.
Later, Dr. Oz reveals a new study that states you or someone you know has tried a high-protein diet. Protein makes you feel full, revs your energy and can even help you lose weight. Dr. Oz wants you to eat the right kind of protein, so today he reveals how to unlock its full potential and shares his favorite surprising protein sources in the grocery store.