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Where does hamburger meat come from? Author Katy Keiffer, a former professional cook and butcher, breaks it all down and demonstrates how ground chuck is processed into ground beef.
Author Katy Keiffer describes how beef is produced, from calf to feedlot. Then, Keiffer weighs in on three of the biggest beef headlines — lower prices, food safety standards, and country of origin labeling.
Guest Nicole shops and cooks beef for her family at least twice a week. She voices her concerns about the beef she's buying and rancher Mel Coleman Jr. of Niman Ranch offers his responses. Plus, find out what to look for on beef labels.
Butcher Marc Sarrazin, president and CEO of Debragga, answers guest Nicole’s questions about the shelf life of beef. Then, Dan Souza, the editor-in-chief of Cook’s Illustrated, reveals how much fat should be in your beef burgers.
Do new 5G cell phone towers pose a serious health risk? Dr. Oz explains what the new technology is and guests voice their concerns about radiation exposure and the safety of the towers.
Desiree Jaworski, the executive director of the Center for Safer Wireless, shares her concerns about 5G frequencies and their impact on the human body. Then, radiologist Dr. Nicole Saphier weighs in and explains the different types of radiation.
Dr. Oz demonstrates what happens in your body when you eat plant sterols, which are found in corn oil. Then, chef Kelsey Nixon explains why she loves to cook with corn oil.
Guest Kate of IntoxiKate reveals her famous carrot cake cupcakes that are made with corn oil. Then, guest Tina explains how she used corn oil to make cannellini bean cakes.
Dr. Oz explains why 5G cell phone towers have started popping up in local communities across the country and the concerns behind this new technology.
Chef and author Kelsey Nixon reveals why she loves corn oil and how she uses it in the kitchen.
Corn oil can benefit your heart and your whole body. Find out why this cooking oil deserves a spot in your pantry.
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Natalie Wood’s sister, Lana Wood, opens up exclusively to Dr. Oz, revealing what she thinks really happened.