Whether you suffer from digestion problems, bloating or other sour notes, Dr. Oz has the plan to get your gut health under control for good.
Dr. Oz explains why you don’t have to break up with bread even when you’re watching your waistline. Then, guest Amy shares her undying affection for bread.
Guest Ann shares a poem expressing her love for bread. Then, Dr. Oz explains what happens in your body when you eat bread and paleo diet expert Dr. Kellyann Petrucci introduces Ezekiel bread, which is made with sprouted grain.
Naturopathic doctor and paleo diet expert Dr. Kellyann Petrucci explains why you should try sprouted grain bread, coconut bread, and tapioca bread and shares where to find them.
Dr. Oz unveils the new nut butter than can help you slim down. Then, registered dietitian Maya Feller explains why this bread spread is a nutritional powerhouse.
Yogurt isn’t the only dairy food that’s trending. Chefs James Distefano and James Briscione demonstrate how to make fluffy cottage cheese pancakes and creamy mac and cottage cheese.
Chef James Briscione shows Dr. Oz how to make creamy mac and cottage cheese. Then, chef James Distefano reveals a guilt-free banana split that’s made with cottage cheese and explains how cottage cheese can be a dairy substitute in baking recipes.
Journalist Katie Couric opens up about returning as a guest co-host on the Today Show after 10 years. Plus, she reveals the media projects she’s working on, why she believes in celebrating life’s milestones, and the results of her RealAge test.
Journalist Katie Couric opens up about scheduling her exercises and meditating. Then, she discusses why she co-founded Stand Up to Cancer to raise awareness and money for cancer research.
Brand new types of bread are on the rise that promise you don’t have to cut carbs to lose weight. Are they a recipe for success, or are they too good to be true? Find out! Plus, Katie Couric reveals her surprising and provocative new project.
One of television’s funniest women gets serious. Sherri Shepherd finally sets the record straight.