Dr. Oz is looking for a trainer to join the show to help inspire millions of others at home to get fit and healthy!
Weatherman Al Roker opens up about his recent knee replacement surgery and how it has changed his life.
Dr. Oz shows weatherman Al Roker what happens when the knee joint wears out. Then, get an inside look at the type of implant surgeons use to replace a damaged knee bone and cartilage.
Weatherman Al Roker shares an x-ray photo of his knee before he had knee replacement surgery. Plus, Roker and Dr. Oz share their knee-strengthening tips.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson discusses the role of food in his journey from Ethiopia to Sweden, and now to Harlem in New York City. Then, he shows Dr. Oz how to make a healthy steamed sea bass dish.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson demonstrates how to prepare green beans and rice noodles to accompany a steamed sea bass dish. Plus, learn how to fillet cooked fish and easily remove the backbone.
Dr. Oz welcomes elite athlete Alev Kelter who represented the U.S. in Women’s Rugby at the Rio Olympics. Kelter shares how she stays mentally and physically strong to play her best.
U.S. Olympic athlete Alev Kelter demonstrates how to do butt kicks, Frankensteins, crossovers, scorpions, and high knee karaokes. Try these equipment-free moves in your daily fitness routine.
Lyle MacWilliam, author of The Nutrisearch Comparative Guide to Nutritional Supplements, discusses how consumers can choose quality vitamins and supplements.
Author Lyle MacWilliam explains the three supplements that can benefit most people. Find out what a broad-spectrum supplement is and why fish oil, vitamin D, and vitamin K2 are critical for the body.
TV personality and weatherman Al Roker reveals the TV show he’s currently obsessed with, what song he listens to on repeat, the book he recommends the most, and more!
Loni Love reveals the ultimate cheat sheet to surviving a detox.