If you’re tired of living with occasional constipation, bloat, and gas, this wellness plan will support your digestive health from top to bottom.
Core expert Mark Schatzker visits Dr. Ilya Raskin, a plant biologist, who is growing a healthier, nutrient-enhanced super lettuce at Rutgers University and Ken Vandevrede at Edible Garden to see if greens are sustainable and worth the money.
Dr. Oz breaks down the nutritional information in lettuce. Plus, food journalist Mark Schatzker shares three easy and healthy ways to boost the flavor in your next bowl of greens.
Dietitian Ashley Koff joins Dr. Oz to share the healthy ways you can jazz up your daily cup of Joe.
Ashley Koff, RD shares the best nut milks for coffee, whether you prefer it hot or iced, light and sweet, or rich and creamy.
This season, swap a cold smoothie for a heartwarming bowl of soup. Chef Candice Kumai joins Dr. Oz to share filling, flavor-packed, and nutritious soups that can help you lose weight, including her spicy red lentil soup.
Chef Candice Kumai introduces Dr. Oz to kabocha squash, a Japanese winter green squash and shares her bone broth-based kabocha squash and quinoa soup.
Dr. Oz reveals how a brain affected by Alzheimer’s disease, which affects over 5 million Americans, looks like. Then, TV host B. Smith and her husband Dan Gasby share their personal story on how they live with Smith’s Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr. Oz shares the four key red flags to watch out for if you’re concerned about developing Alzheimer’s disease, including personality changes.
Approximately two out of three people with Alzheimer’s disease are women and the risk increases once you’re over 65 years old. TV host B. Smith and her husband Dan Gasby join Dr. Oz to raise awareness about this brain disease.
Could Charlie Sheen have bipolar disorder? See what happens when Charlie is confronted with his mania.