Take charge of your blood sugar with healthy tips and expert nutritional advice.
Dr. Oz and executive food editor Julia Collin Davison of America’s Test Kitchen present the doctor and chef-approved menu and plan that will help you meal prep for the whole week like a pro.
America’s Test Kitchen executive food editor Julia Collin Davison introduces everything you need to prepare all of your meals for five days.
Julia Collin Davison of America’s Test Kitchen shows Dr. Oz how to prepare chicken and potatoes in advance on The 5-Day Easy Meal System.
Julia Collin Davison of America’s Test Kitchen explains the best way to store salad greens and veggies to maintain their freshness. Plus, find out how you can prepare multiple meals in your slow cooker and the smarter way to label your leftovers.
Dr. Oz challenged Bite Club members to try The 5-Day Easy Meal System at home. See how it turned out for members Jennifer, Adrienne, and Linda and hear what they have to say about their experiences.
From meatloaf to poached salmon, see all the different lunches and dinners you can make on The 5-Day Easy Meal System. Plus, Bite Club member Adrienne reveals her favorite meal on the plan.
TV host Kathie Lee Gifford talks about the role of faith in her life and shares an anecdote from her childhood.
TV host Kathie Lee Gifford talks about how her faith helped her grieve after her husband’s passing.
Kathie Lee Gifford shares what she has been doing for the last five years and opens up about how her children have handled their father’s passing.
Go behind the scenes with Dr. Oz at the second annual Texas Two Step CPR: Save a Life Campaign. Plus, find out how easy it is to help if someone near you suffers a heart attack.
Texas Two Step CPR participants share their personal encounters with cardiac emergencies. Then, Kathie Lee Gifford demonstrates how to do the two-step hands-only CPR technique on Dr. Oz. Learn how to do it today and save a life tomorrow!
Oatmeal jars are a quick and easy way to prepare breakfast ahead of time. Learn how to make them with nuts, seeds, and fresh fruit.
On a never-ending quest for perfection, the real-life Barbie and Ken have outdone themselves. See what they look like now.