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New headlines this summer raised the alarm about coconut oil, saying it isn’t as healthy as it seems. Dr. Michael Roizen joins Dr. Oz to demonstrate how coconut oil stacks up to other fats.
Dr. Michael Roizen says existing research suggests coconut oil may cause heart or brain health problems. Then, Dr. Mark Hyman explains why he thinks the American Heart Association is wrong about coconut oil.
Dr. Mark Hyman and Dr. Michael Roizen debate the merits of coconut oil and Dr. Oz shares his final thoughts on the controversial oil and reveals why he wouldn’t call coconut oil a “health food”.
Guest Kara says her friend Ashley eats too much coconut oil. Dr. Oz puts Ashley’s coconut oil consumption into perspective and reveals an easy coconut oil hack to keep her habit under control.
Dr. Mark Hyman reveals how to reduce your belly fat in 30 days. Find out what you can eat for breakfast instead of sugary cereals.
Dr. Mark Hyman reveals what you can eat to lose belly fat in one month, including healthy fats and prebiotic foods.
Dr. Tasneem Bhatia explains how you can prioritize your health in just 20 minutes a day without relying on over-the-counter or prescription medications.
Dr. Oz enlisted real nurses to try Epsom salt baths. Nurses Kate and Jen reveal how the baths have made a difference in their lives.
Guest Courtney Waldon suffered critical burns on her face, hands, and legs in a fire last year. As she continues her recovery, Dr. Oz shares two surprises with her, her mother Karen, and her daughter Caroline.
Integrative physician Dr. Tasneem Bhatia explains what Epsom salts are and how they can help relieve stress, soothe muscle aches, and improve your sleep.
It’s one of the biggest food news stories of the year. Is coconut oil healthy or not? We’re holding a debate that will answer this question once and for all! Then, a brand new way to assess your health that may make your bathroom scale obsolete.
From an unexpected brain tumor to a lifelong battle with sickle cell anemia, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins of TLC opens up.