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Busy moms Hilaria Baldwin and Daphne Oz helped their families cut out sugar. They show you how to satisfy your sweet tooth in a healthier way.
Daphne Oz describes how she felt after not eating sugar for an entire week. Then, Hilaria Baldwin discusses the importance of finding a balance between cutting sugar out completely and indulging in it all the time.
Hilaria Baldwin talks about the magnetic pull of sugar and Dr. Oz explains how the brain is wired to crave sugar. Then, Baldwin receives an expected surprise – watch to see what happens!
Hilaria Baldwin explains why you should add fiber to a sweet breakfast. Then, Daphne Oz reveals her almond butter oatmeal and almond butter balls. See what staff backstage thought of them!
Daphne Oz demonstrates how to make a rich and chocolatey banana bread without any refined sugar. See what the audience thought of it!
Dr. Oz and dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe reveal how calcium amino acids and skin ceramides work together to make your face and neck look younger.
Go-to tester Rhenotha talks to real ladies to find out how they really feel about the appearance of their necks.
Viewers Cindy and Patty share their experiences with No7’s Restore & Renew Face & Neck Multi Action Serum.
Guest Tracy Herbert biked across the country from San Francisco to New York City on her Diabetes Ride to raise awareness about type 1 diabetes. She stops by to visit Dr. Oz and he reveals a very special surprise for her.
Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe explains why your neck may age faster than your face, the difference between a serum and moisturizer, what to look for in a serum, and more!
TV personality Tamra Judge reveals her biggest pet peeve, the app she uses all the time, her favorite place to relax, and more!
Dr. Oz sits down with cyclist Tracy Herbert, who has had type 1 diabetes for 40 years. She reveals how she thrives, despite her condition, and how she accomplished a cross-country bike ride to raise awareness about the disease.
For 40 years, Tracy Herbert has lived with type 1 diabetes and knows the disease doesn't have to hold you back. She explains the motivation behind her Diabetes Ride, a journey that led her from San Francisco to New York City to visit Dr. Oz.