Dr. Oz is looking for a trainer to join the show to help inspire millions of others at home to get fit and healthy!
Guest DeAdriannae didn't know she was pregnant when she gave birth to her baby in her bathroom. She shares her unusual story with Dr. Oz and explains why she didn't suspect anything before the delivery.
Guest DeAdriannae reveals what happened after she gave birth unexpectedly in her bathroom at home.
OBGYN Dr. Evelyn Minaya explains the reasons a woman may not know she is pregnant and how the experience of delivery can mimic feelings of constipation. Plus, Dr. Oz explains how a woman might not feel a baby moving inside her.
OBGYN Dr. Evelyn Minaya explains the difference between menstruation and bleeding during pregnancy. Plus, she shares her concerns about the phenomenon of unknown pregnancies.
Designed to work 365 days a year, the Pegan 365 diet plan features the best of the paleo and vegan diets. Find out what makes this new weight loss plan stand out.
Guest Pam reveals what she liked and disliked after trying the paleo diet for an entire year. Then, Dr. Oz unveils the Pegan 365 diet plan that combines the benefits of both the vegan and paleo diets.
Dr. Oz breaks down the difference between the paleo and vegan diets and explains how the Pegan 365 diet incorporates the best of both weight loss programs. Then, see what a day on the Pegan 365 diet looks like.
The Dr. Oz Show chef Ulli Stachl presents two Pegan 365-friendly lunch options. Then, social influencers Lisa Hayim and Sabrina Wieser share two Pegan 365 dinners that feature both plant and animal proteins.
Producer Nicole Romanella O'Neal presents the delicious and satisfying snacks, drinks, and desserts that can help you turn the Pegan 365 diet into a true lifestyle.
Producer Nicole Romanella O’Neal explains why cheat days are allowed on the Pegan 365 diet and Dr. Oz weighs in.
The Pegan 365 diet is a sustainable weight loss program that can help you lose up to one to two pounds each week. Find out what makes Pegan 365 a healthy and easy way to eat all year long.
Corey Feldman is talking about the aftermath of speaking out and why he’s not giving up.