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Bread is a staple in diets around the world but for the last 15 years, we were told to cut bread and carbs from our diets. Has there been any benefit and have we lost any weight? Dr. Oz and journalist Mark Schatzker investigate.
Journalist Mark Schatzker and Dr. Oz explain how giving up bread can affect your weight and your brain. Find out why bread isn’t bad for you. Plus, author Nathan Myhrvold explains why he says whole-wheat bread isn't healthier than white bread.
Dr. Oz and journalist Mark Schatzker demonstrate how white and whole-wheat breads are digested differently in the stomach. Then, get the dish on whole white wheat bread and how it compares to whole-wheat and white varieties.
Guests Rebecca and Sophia try whole white bread for the first time in decades and reveal their one-word verdicts.
The Dr. Oz Show medical unit teamed up with the Institute of Culinary Education’s James Briscione to develop Greek yogurt smoothies that address your health concerns. Learn how to make the constipation corrector smoothie.
Dr. Oz explains how probiotics and prebiotics work together to relieve constipation and improve your gut. Then, learn how to make a thyroid tune-up smoothie to beat fatigue.
Dr. Oz explains how Greek yogurt can support brain health and improve your memory. Then, chef James Briscione reveals the ingredients you need to make a brain-boosting smoothie.
Go-to tester Rhenotha and Dr. Oz break down the claims behind spirulina, a blue-green algae that’s used in smoothies. Find out what’s true and what’s not. Plus, learn how to make a spirulina smoothie that supports your immunity.
Blend up an immunity-boosting smoothie with nutrient-rich ingredients like spirulina and spinach.
From the eating disorder that nearly destroyed her to the Las Vegas shooting tragedy, Marie Osmond opens up like never before.