Take charge of your blood sugar with healthy tips and expert nutritional advice.
Core expert and journalist Mark Schatzker investigates the history of pizza from its roots in Italy to its various incarnations as one of America’s favorite fast food options.
Scott Wiener, pizza historian and tour guide behind Scott’s Pizza Tours, explains the difference between fresh and processed mozzarella and why ordering a margherita, not a plain cheese slice is better for you.
Pizza historian Scott Wiener, Giulio Adriani of Neapolitan Express, and Nino Coniglio of Williamsburg Pizza share the simple way to make the best-tasting pizza sauce and what to look for in your pizza crust.
Dr. Oz shows viewer Tina how to order the healthiest pizza pie for her family at two popular pizza restaurants.
Dr. Oz shares the easy way you can cut down on calories when you’re eating pizza and then reveals the cheat sheet you can use to order healthy pizza from any pizzeria.
Are you cooking with dangerous cookware? Dr. Oz investigates the chemicals in nonstick pots and pans and consumer expert Lisa Lee Freeman reveals what you should know before cooking.
Chef James Briscione from the Institute of Culinary Education shares three essential tips for cooking with nonstick pans and then consumer expert Lisa Lee Freeman discusses how to shop for ceramic pans, which are naturally nonstick.
Dr. Oz shares the new research behind widely popular Sriracha sauce. Then, Randy Clemens, the author of The Sriracha Cookbook, reveals how Sriracha helped him lose weight.
Pizza: it’s one of your favorite foods, but what we uncovered may make you think twice before grabbing a slice. The insider’s guide to ordering the healthiest pie. Plus, are the pizza boxes being delivered to your door toxic? Oz investigates.
First there were zero calorie foods. Now, negative calorie foods: can they help you eat your way thin? We put them to the test.