Dr. Oz is looking for a trainer to join the show to help inspire millions of others at home to get fit and healthy!
Dr. Oz and Dr. Josh Axe explain how this high-fat diet differs from the typical American diet. Plus, Dr. Axe reveals his recommendation for this diet.
Dr. Josh Axe explains why an extremely low-carb diet will bring on ketosis, and how that can help with weight loss. Plus, guests Camille, Rebecca, and Paige describe their experiences on the ketogenic diet.
Fitness trainer Drew Manning reveals how a ketogenic lifestyle helped him lose weight within half a year, Then, he explains much fat, protein, and carbohydrates are needed to stay in ketosis, a state where the body burns fat for fuel.
Trainer Drew Manning shows Dr. Oz and guest Kendy what he typically eats when he follows a ketogenic diet. Then, Dr. Oz weighs in with his concerns about this high-fat, low-carb diet.
Prepackaged teatoxing cleanses are popular but expensive. Naturopath Dr. Pina LoGiudice reveals the secret DIY ingredient you can use at home to get the same benefits of the pricey packaged version.
Naturopath Dr. Pina LoGiudice explains how dandelion, licorice root, and oolong teas can help detoxify the body, curb cravings, and stimulate metabolism. Plus, guests Andrea and Tosh share what they loved when they tried these teas.
Dr. Pina LoGiudice, a naturopathic doctor, reveals why she recommends milk thistle tea for bloating and senna leaf tea for constipation.
Guest Leona shares her nighttime skincare routine and reveals why she starting bleaching her skin in her teens.
Dermatologist Dr. Jeannie Downie shares her concerns about the practice of skin lightening and the health risks and consequences of using skin-lightening products with arsenic, mercury, and lead.
Integrative nutritionist and tea expert Lynayn Mielke explains how she incorporates tea into her daily routine and how it has helped her lose 75 pounds.
What if you could hack your body and reset it into a whole new mode where you burn fat for fuel? Now you can, with a new trend called Ketosis, which doctors say can also fight diabetes and cancer.
The food at gas station convenience stores may be easy and quick but is it healthy and safe? We investigate how to tell the...