Whether you suffer from digestion problems, bloating or other sour notes, Dr. Oz has the plan to get your gut health under control for good.
Neuropsychologist Dr. Sanam Hafeez joins Dr. Oz to reveal what’s inside nootropics or smart drugs that claim to enhance memory, improve focus, and even boost cognitive function.
Neuropsychologist Dr. Sanam Hafeez explains why smart drugs or nootropics aren’t comparable to controlled stimulants like Adderall. Then, life coach and core expert Tia Brown tests out a smart drug for a week.
Core expert Tia Brown discusses why she wanted to try smart drugs and how they affected her. Then, Dr. Sanam Hafeez reveals the results of Brown’s cognitive tests before and after taking smart drugs.
Regimen experts Dr. Frank Lipman and Dr. Jennifer Caudle discuss how taking the brain quiz can lead to better brain health. Find out how you can get the clarity, memory boost, and stress relief you deserve without resorting to smart drugs.
Are you constantly losing your things? Do you have trouble focusing? Find out which area you should prioritize to strengthen your brain on The Regimen.
Dr. Oz presents the brain quiz everyone needs. Then, Dr. Frank Lipman explains how chocolate can improve brain clarity and thinking skills. Plus, learn how to make chocolate milk from cacao powder.
Family physician Dr. Jennifer Caudle discusses the importance of social interaction and how to realistically make time for weekly friend dates.
Dr. Jennifer Caudle explains why playing brain games and puzzles is good for your memory. Plus, try a few brain exercises with Dr. Oz, Dr. Caudle, and guest Noreen.
Smart drugs make a lot of claims. Today, we put them to the test: do they really boost energy, memory, and focus? Plus, four women wrongfully accused of unspeakable acts against two little girls speak out.
Fiber-fortified foods are flooding store shelves. Are they too good to be true? Oz investigates.