If you’re tired of living with occasional constipation, bloat, and gas, this wellness plan will support your digestive health from top to bottom.
One of the latest weight-loss fads is the negative calorie diet, but does it work? Core expert Jenna Wolfe investigates the science behind this plan at the Milken Institute School of Public Health.
Core expert Jenna Wolfe finds out her resting metabolic rate with the help of Dr. Todd Miller at the Milken Institute School of Public Health and then puts the negative calorie diet to the test.
Dr. Oz reveals expert Jenna Wolfe’s metabolic testing results from the Milken Institute School of Public Health and Dr. Neal Barnard explains how the body burns certain types of foods to produce a negative calorie effect.
Dr. Neal Barnard shares the four types of satisfying foods that you can eat to rev up your metabolism and promote weight loss.
Dr. Oz demonstrates how processed foods and negative calorie foods are digested in the body and explains how the calories are burned differently.
Addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky explains why the cotton ball diet became so popular and Dr. Oz demonstrates how cotton balls can become masses that block the intestinal tract.
Dr. Drew Pinsky and Dr. Oz explain why the cotton ball diet is so unhealthy and Dr. Oz reveals the original video and woman behind this extreme phenomenon.
Dr. Oz demonstrates how this extreme weight-loss measure works and viewer Alexandra shares what her typical day on the feeding tube diet looks like.
Viewers Jackie and Alexandra share their experiences on the feeding tube diet and addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky weighs in on this extreme weight-loss method.
First there were zero calorie foods. Now, negative calorie foods: can they help you eat your way thin? We put them to the test. Plus, extreme diets: Dr. Oz investigates the strange new trend of eating cotton balls to lose weight.
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