From boosting your brainpower to strengthening joints and more, Dr. Oz has your total body checklist to live a longer, healthier and happier life!
What's better for you: vegetable oil or saturated fats? Dr. Mark Hyman weighs in and reveals the seven most common vegetable oils.
Dr. Oz explains how vegetable oil is produced and Dr. Mark Hyman discusses the consequences of eating too much vegetable oil. Plus, see how vegetable oil may be lurking in your diet.
Core expert Dr. Mark Hyman reveals the three vegetable oil alternatives that you can use when grilling, roasting, baking, or simply drizzling over salad.
Core expert Dr. Mark Hyman reveals the inexpensive tool that can help you save time and effort in the kitchen. Plus, see how easy it is to make mashed cauliflower with this gadget.
Dr. Mark Hyman demonstrates how to make instant soup and a no-mess smoothie in minutes with the help of a hand or immersion blender.
Guest Chithra shows Dr. Oz how to make corn on the cob without standing over a hot stove and guests Sherwin and Sheldon reveal the secret to making perfectly juicy burgers.
Guest Anita shares her kid-friendly way to cutting and serving fresh watermelon.
Reading promotes healthy brain development, especially in children under 3. Find out how important reading to children is and join the #BooksAcrossAmerica book drive.
Over 31 million American children don’t have books to read. Donate children’s books at your local UPS store from now until May 31 and the books will be given to families in need.
The “great fat debate” has raged on for decades. We’ve been taught that saturated fat is bad for your heart and fats from vegetable oils are good for your heart. But a brand new study is raising questions and making headlines.
We’re addressing a problem that won’t go away: Internet scammers trying to dupe you into buying faulty weight-loss pills and...