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Dr. Oz teams up with registered dietitian Keri Glassman and go-to tester Rhenotha to test drive popular internet diets. First, see if the military diet delivers the results promised!
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Core expert Max Lugavere unveils a crunchy, low-carb snack and a new trendy yogurt from Japan. Then, medical producer Niharika Goparaju and Cooking Channel host Dan Pashman share their verdicts.
Salmon isn't the only fish in the sea. Chef Ralph Scamardella introduces arctic char, another good source of omega-3s and Dr. Oz reveals the superstar fruit seed that may help with memory and brain function.
Bite Club member Linda taste tests a no-cook buckwheat preparation. Then, Dr. Oz introduces the vitamin C-rich sea vegetable that may benefit the brain and Chef Ralph Scamardella shares how he prepares it.
Author and star of Bravo’s Odd Mom Out Jill Kargman opens up about why she wanted to create the show, the health scare that put things into perspective for her, and the unique and life-affirming way her family tackles death.
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You’ve seen the ads for diets popping up all over the internet. Do they work and are they safe? Our go-to testers tried out the most popular ones. Then, can pork rinds be good for you? The new health food trends coming to a store near you.
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