DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of November 19

By FOX50.com

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, NOVEMBER 19, 2012
“DEEPAK CHOPRA: REVERSE MEMORY LOSS AND PREVENT ALZHEIMER’S!”  

Today Dr. Oz sits down with one of the country’s leading healers, who’s turning the medical world upside down – Deepak Chopra. Deepak is here to  reveal exactly how to access your super brain, because  it's the secret to staying young and keeping your memory forever – and it’s as simple as what you eat and how to exercise your brain. Deepak and Dr. Oz show what foods are best and the 5 minute brain test you can do  at home.

Then, for over 30 years this person has given Dr. Oz advice on how to be a doctor, parent, and a husband – it’s Dr. Oz’s father-in-law, Dr. Gerald Lemole. He’s here to dispense advice and share his simple, daily plan to fight cancer and heart disease.

Later, more of the best advice Dr. Oz has to give,  from the country’s most famous make-up artist  – Bobbi Brown  – who  shares her tips on looking amazing and feeling younger.  

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2012  
“BOOST YOUR ENERGY IN RECORD TIME!”  

If you’re running on empty, “4-Hour” guru Tim Ferriss returns to show everyone how to get energy back in an instant. He’s tested everything so you don’t have to! Tim reveals his four-hour energy-boosting plan to Dr. Oz, including the secret recipe to his super energy drink. Tim and Dr. Oz then show you how to stress less while you cook.  Tim learned the best techniques from the world’s master chefs, and today he’s sharing the simplest path to cooking like a pro with his advice on how to boost flavors, mix and match ingredients, prepare  food to look like four-star quality, and new  information on the fats you should be eating. Tim will even make his ultimate comfort food for everyone to share – crispy, melt-in-your-mouth chicken!  
 
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2012
“RED FLAGS YOUR BODY IS AGING TOO FAST”
 
Today  Dr. Oz reveals the ultimate test to help prevent rapid aging. There are seven  warning signs everyone needs to know, showing that your body is aging faster than it should. From simple problems like sleeping, to scarier red flags on diseases like Parkinson’s and lung cancer, Dr. Oz explains what to watch for.

Then, he sits down with Drs. Ned Hallowell and Sue Varma to  reveal what moodiness, exhaustion, and anxiety could mean for you. It’s something that affects millions of women – and they don’t even know it. Dr. Oz reveals the most surprising causes and triggers for adults.

Plus, changes everyone can make to boost concentration, including sleeping and eating changes. 
 
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2012
“FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA!”(R)

For the first time, Dr. Oz and First Lady Michelle Obama sit down on Dr. Oz’s stage! In an unbelievably candid and playful  interview, Dr. Oz asks the questions you won’t hear anywhere else – about the First Lady’s  health fears for her and her family,  and how she really feels about the President’s diet on the Campaign Trail. 

Plus, Mrs. Obama has two announcements to her  Let’s Move!  Initiative. She reveals updates to the Presidential Youth Fitness Program, taking the interview  off  the couch  to  teach us her jump-rope work-out. See if Dr. Oz can keep up.

Then Mrs. Obama plays lunch lady to unveil the new improvements to the federal guidelines for school lunches, taking effect this school year, to three kid taste-testers. Mrs. Obama will also answer viewer questions, and even teaches Dr. Oz how to Dougie.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2012
Pre-empted for College Football

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