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High sugar concerns have caused consumers to cut back on orange juice but do you have to? Food journalist Mark Schatzker and Dr. Oz break down the difference between eating oranges and drinking orange juice.
Journalist Mark Schatzker explains the difference between orange juice from concentrate and pasteurized orange juice.
Flavor packets are added to not-from-concentrate orange juice but the labels on these juices list 100% orange juice as the only ingredient. Journalist Mark Schatzker explains how this is possible and discusses what consumers should consider.
Food journalist Mark Schatzker compares the price, nutrition, and flavor between frozen and carton orange juice. Then, find out the difference between regular orange juice and orange juice with 50% fewer calories.
Food journalist Mark Schatzker reveals why you should be cooking with lemons and limes. Then, Dr. Oz Bite Club members demonstrate how they use the citrus fruits to make compound lime butter and lemon pepper seasoning.
Dr. Oz’s Bite club member Cassandra demonstrates how to make homemade lemon pepper seasoning. Then, see why Dr. Oz calls Bite Club member Gemarla’s citrus-based ice pops the best desserts he has ever tasted.
Author and trainer Jen Widerstrom explains why eating hummus made from white beans instead of chickpeas can help you lose water weight. Plus, Widerstrom demonstrates how to make it and what to eat it with.
Author and trainer Jen Widerstrom reveals a water-shedding veggie bowl, a fruit tea, and the one exercise that can help you lose water weight in a hurry.
Dr. Oz busts the misconceptions of heart failure, a condition that affects one million new patients each year. Then, nurse practitioner Beth Davidson reveals the potential symptoms of heart failure.
Nurse practitioner Beth Davidson discusses the symptoms of heart failure and the lifestyle changes you can make to prevent it, including the high-sodium foods to avoid. Plus, guest Vic shares his experience with heart failure.
See how easy it is to make your own orange juice at home, without any added sugars!
Feeling manic and overwhelmed? Follow along as Rhenotha guides you through a 5-minute meditation so you can de-stress and reboot after a long day.
Fitness trainer Jen Widerstrom reveals the one celebrity she can’t wait to meet, her alternative dream career, the one place she feels most relaxed, and more!
Beth Davidson, a nurse practitioner, reveals the risk factors for heart failure, five ways you can reduce your risk, how to stick to a heart-healthy diet, and more.
Orange juice has been squeezed out of our diets over the years, but today we’re asking: does it deserve a spot back on the breakfast table? We have the OJ buying guide so you can make the best choice on your next trip to the supermarket.