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Dr. Josh Axe explains the relationship between food, inflammation, and the development of disease. Then Dr. Oz shows how the foods you eat affect your body.
Dr. Oz tells Rhenotha which seemingly healthy breakfast food is actually not as good as you think. Then Dr. Axe provides a tip to make your breakfast anti-inflammatory and Rhenotha shares her berry pizza recipe.
Dr. Axe shares why nuts and turmeric are key anti-inflammatory foods and reveals recipes that help incorporate them into your daily diet. Plus, learn why meditation can help fight inflammation too.
Bethenny discusses how her she struggled balancing her life when she was going through her divorce and how she strives to find balance in her life now. Plus, she talks about why watching what you say around your kids is important for their wellbeing.
Dr. Oz shows Bethenny Frankel what a uterus and a fibroid look like. Then Dr. Oz shows her where fibroids can grow and how they are removed.
Bethenny Frankel reveals to Dr. Oz that, despite what people may think, she does indulge in junk food. Then, she talks about her new charity Be Strong.
Dr. Oz visits the “Blue Zone” of Hawaii to explore why people who live there live longer. He shares three longevity principles that we should all live by.
Dr. Oz continues to discuss the “Power 9” principles for longevity. He talks about how these principles apply to life in Hawaii and are seen as the reasons why people live so long there.
Dr. Oz reveals the two foods he brought back from Hawaii that you should add into your diet. He shares these foods and recipes with three generations of women.
Rhenotha explains how to meditate in five minutes to help ease your stress and anxiety.
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