Whether you suffer from digestion problems, bloating or other sour notes, Dr. Oz has the plan to get your gut health under control for good.
Forget the old fruit-shaped body comparisons. Find out the four science-backed body shapes that accurately represent women’s bodies today.
Is stress making you gain weight? Dr. Oz explains how stress affects your hormones, which can lead to extra fat. Plus, he reveals the key nutrient that can help reduce belly fat and how to add it into the Day-Off Diet.
Dr. Oz reveals two more body types, the sugar and estrogen types and explains what to eat for each body type in order to maximize weight loss.
If you have a hard time building muscle and have excess arm flab, you might be a T Type. Dr. Oz shares the one vitamin you need more of and which foods you can add to your diet.
Viewer Alisa shares her sweet diet and reveals how she feels about having sugar at every meal. Then, Dr. Oz explains how many people are hardwired to crave sugar.
Dr. Oz and psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula offer viewer Alisa a realistic, two-week plan to beat her sugar habit.
Psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula and Dr. Oz share the snacks you can enjoy that will still satisfy your sweet tooth without overdoing it on sugar.
Try this easy trick to make fruit taste sweeter without adding extra sugar. Then, find out how to distract yourself from reaching for cookies and sweets with a simple cookie jar trick.
In her first interview, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Star Yolanda Hadid opens up about the invisible disease that’s plagued...