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Dr. Richard Isaacson, the director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medical Center, explains how changing your diet can reduce your risk of Alzheimer's, even if you have a genetic predisposition for the disease.
Dr. Oz explains how Alzheimer’s disease forms in the brain and how drinking tea can protect the brain. Plus, brain health researcher Max Lugavere reveals the food that may improve brain function and he and Dr. Oz share their favorite ways to eat it.
Brain health researcher Max Lugavere, Dr. Oz, and Dr. Richard Isaacson reveal the foods that can help reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and even delay cognitive decline.
Do you turn to sugar when you’re stressed out, when you need an energy boost, or without realizing it? Follow along with Dr. Oz as he presents the sugar addict quiz and see which type you are.
Chef Sam Talbot has had diabetes since he was 12 years old. He shares his favorite diabetic-friendly sugar swaps and demonstrates how to make a crunchy honey granola.
Chef Sam Talbot shares two sweet treats that are perfect for the energy-seeking sugar addict and the autopilot sugar addict. Then, he demonstrates how to make his apples foster recipe.
Dr. Oz welcomes actress and TV personality Kelly Osbourne to the show. Osbourne opens up about her new book and why she wanted to write it.
Actress and TV personality Kelly Osbourne describes her first encounters with alcohol and narcotics and how her self-medicating habits turned into an addiction problem.
Kelly Osbourne recounts the time her father Ozzy Osbourne suffered an ATV accident and shares what she has learned from the late Joan Rivers.
Chef Sam Talbot reveals his go-to snack, the accessory he loves, what he has been listening to on repeat, and more!
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