Take charge of your blood sugar with healthy tips and expert nutritional advice.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Natasha Turner, a naturopathic doctor, present a symptom checklist that can help you figure out if you have low thyroid hormone levels and a slow metabolism.
Dr. Natasha Turner explains how metabolism and thyroid health are linked to symptoms such as constipation, low body temperature, and moodiness.
Dr. Natasha Turner reveals the one nutrient that can build up your thyroid hormone and boost your metabolism, especially in the morning. Plus, get her recipe for a sweet no-fruit smoothie.
Dr. Natasha Turner discusses the three nutrients that can build and activate thyroid hormones and improve your metabolism. Plus, she shares the herbal supplement that can help lower your stress.
Learn how to make Dr. Natasha Turner’s thyroid total power booster, an energizing 4-ingredient drink, which can increase thyroid hormone production and thyroid function.
Dr. Oz and author Mike Berland reveal the syndrome that might be behind your unexplained weight gain and the four warning signs of this condition.
Meteorologist Mike Woods describes how a perfect storm forms and Dr. Oz explains how metabolic syndrome creates a perfect storm in the body, causing weight gain, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, and high cholesterol.
Celebrity fitness trainer Donovan Green shows Dr. Oz how to maximize fat burning with a 7-minute high intensity interval workout. Learn how to get started with the first three moves.
Trainer Donovan Green leads Dr. Oz and guests through a 7-minute high intensity workout. Follow along and try these four 60-second moves – the front kick squat, seated arm curl overhead press, side step chest fly, and the knee lift side bend.
Fitness trainer Donovan Green demonstrates how to do the kick back punch, a powerful move to end your 7-minute jumpstart workout.
Fitness trainer Donovan Green reveals why he always carries his cell phone, his favorite junk food, the one thing he does every night with his family, and more!
Women have months to prepare for childbirth. But what happens when you don’t know you’re pregnant until you’re in labor?