From boosting your brainpower to strengthening joints and more, Dr. Oz has your total body checklist to live a longer, healthier and happier life!
Is it true you should only lose 2 pounds a week when you’re on a diet? How long should you really be working out? We’re busting the biggest body myths, including the ones keeping you from losing weight once and for all.
Does chlorophyll water help you burn belly fat? Nutritionist Brooke Alpert explains if this new health trend lives up to its hype. Then, fitness trainer Adam Zickerman reveals the best way to work out.
Dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman reveals whether losing weight can get rid of cellulite. Then, best friends Lakenya, Amanthea, and Jaz share their experiences trying different at-home cellulite treatments.
Dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman explains how microneedling, caffeine creams, and dry brushing work and how effective they are in reducing the appearance of cellulite.
Dr. Oz, guest Deanna, and women’s health expert Dr. Yael Varnado demonstrate how eating fiber can cause bloat. Then, Dr. Varnado reveals how you can get the fiber you need without the discomfort.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Roshini Rajapaksa shares the natural solution for nausea and a nervous stomach. Plus, find out if stress is really the cause of your stomach ulcers.
Dr. Roshini Rajapaksa and Dr. Oz show how stress, bacteria, and various medications can affect the stomach. Plus, see what can happen if an ulcer is left untreated.
Sleep expert Dr. Michael Breus reveals whether it’s actually dangerous to wake a sleepwalker during an episode. Then, Dr. William L. Goldberg puts a popular alcohol myth to the test.
Dr. William L. Goldberg attempts to sober up with coffee but is this myth fact or fiction? Then, go-to tester Rhenotha swallows gum to test if it stays in the body for 7 years. Don’t miss the exclusive pill cam footage!
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