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The average American consumes an estimated 3400 mg of sodium per day, but the maximum recommended intake is only 2300 mg. Where is all that salt coming from? Dr. Jennifer Caudle and Dr. Oz investigate.
Approximately 90% of Americans consume too much salt. Dr. Jennifer Caudle and Dr. Oz discuss why and explain how flake and table salts affect our taste buds differently.
Nearly 75% of salt intake comes from hidden foods. Dr. Jennifer Caudle and Dr. Oz reveal the everyday salty foods you should be aware of. Then, meet Lucas and Marcia, who love their salt but want to cut back. See what Dr. Caudle recommends for them.
Dr. Jennifer Caudle explains what’s inside low-sodium salts and reveals whether they’re worth a try. Then, Dr. Michael Roizen and nutritionist Kristin Kirkpatrick of the Cleveland Clinic share three no-sodium flavor boosters.
Celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito is back from his trip to the Mediterranean. He joins Dr. Oz to share the secrets he learned about the heart-healthy diet that originated in that region.
Celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito reveals which healthy fats, herbs and spices, proteins, and produce you need for the Mediterranean Diet plan.
Osteoporosis causes nine million fractures each year. Dr. Oz introduces a short quiz to help you determine if you’re at risk for brittle bones and injuries.
Actress Alicia Coppola reveals why she started taking supplements for her bone health and why she prefers USANA’s MagneCal D supplement.
Actress Alicia Coppola reveals the TV show she’s watching now, the one movie she knows nearly every line to, her favorite salty snack, and more!
We investigate a secret the food industry doesn’t want you to know: salt bombs hiding in foods you’d never suspect. We reveal what they are and offer simple ways to kick your salt habit. Plus, the ultimate Mediterranean diet shopping list.
We investigate which pain products really work for your back pain.