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Core expert Jenna Wolfe visits New York’s Schatzie Prime Meats to find out how turkey burgers are made and then sits down with nutritionist Brooke Alpert to compare the nutrition facts behind turkey and beef burgers.
Core expert Jenna Wolfe explains why beef burgers aren’t so bad and shows Dr. Oz how to make the tastiest turkey burger. Plus, Dr. Oz shares what to look for when buying turkey patties.
Journalist Jenna Wolfe breaks down the different kinds of vegetable burgers on the market. Then, Dr. Oz reveals what he adds to homemade veggie burgers for extra protein.
What’s the appeal behind soy and bean burgers? Core expert Jenna Wolfe discusses the pros and cons of both and what to look for. Then, Dr. Oz shares his family’s recipe for frozen veggie burgers.
A staple at summer parties, and picnics, traditional coleslaw is often packed with fat. Cookbook author Andie Mitchell shows Dr. Oz how to makeover this crunchy salad by swapping out the mayo.
Author Andie Mitchell shows Dr. Oz how to make a reduced-calorie potato salad by nixing the mayo – all without compromising flavor.
Model Camila Alves reveals the number-one way to get the whole family eating their vegetables. Plus, she demonstrates how to make two summertime soups.
Learn how to make Camila Alves’ favorite dairy-free monkey ice cream dessert that’s perfect for kids and kids at heart. Plus, Alves discusses why she started an organic baby food line.
Dr. Oz welcomes three adorable babies to taste test Camila Alves’ baby food line made with flash frozen pureed vegetables.
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