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 tries cryotherapy, which involves getting into a chamber that’s 240 degrees below zero to see if it really helps to alleviate pain and anxiety.
Mark Murdock, a cryotherapy expert, explains the benefits of extreme cold on your body.
Dr. Oz goes into a cryosauna for two minutes to see what extreme cold therapy is like firsthand!
Dr. Oz goes into a flotation pod to test out Epsom salt flotation, a process that claims to create a feeling of lasting calm and relaxation.
Dr. Oz and his wife, Lisa, discuss what the Oz family really eats on daily basis.
Lisa Oz demonstrates how to cook her black bean casserole with a cilantro cornbread topping.
Lisa Oz shows how she makes her family-favorite assorted glazed nut recipe. Plus, learn how to make her ginger paloma.
Lisa and Dr. Oz talk about the success of their family’s salad bar dinners and share their favorite salad dressing recipe.
Find out how Daphne’s pregnancy is different this time around and her trick for getting baby Philo to eat broccoli.
Dr. Oz discusses how a pregnant mother’s diet affects the child’s palate later in life.
Daphne Oz talks about how she’ll add veggies to recipes to get her toddler to eat healthy.
Daphne and Lisa Oz reveal whether they prefer cake to kale, running to yoga, and more!