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Food journalist Mark Schatzker and nutritionist Maya Feller crack the code on low-calorie potato chips. Then, Mark and Dr. Oz discuss why some people think low-cal chips may be healthier than regular chips and the ingredients that are in each.
Mark Schatzker talks to Dr. Oz about the carcinogen acrylamide that’s hiding in baked potato chips and could cause our bodies harm. Plus, Mark busts the myth on so-called healthy chip alternatives like rice chips and veggie chips.
Mark Schatzker and Dr. Oz discuss the pitfalls of the food industry that allow synthetic flavoring to be added to chips. Artificial chemicals make chips taste delicious, but they also could lead you to gain weight.
After polling the audience, Mark Schatzker proves that the colors and design of a potato chip bag can make people think it’s healthy even though it’s not.
Mark Schatzker travels to Long Island to find the healthiest potato chips. Mark visits North Fork Potato Chips and finds out just what it takes to make perfect, natural potato chips.
Investigative reporter Michael Moss discusses how pumpkin spice has been manipulated by the food industry and why everyone is obsessed with it.
Many products labeled as pumpkin spice can have more than 80 additives included. Reporter Michael Moss reveals how the food industry makes fake pumpkin products taste so good and what to look for on the label before you buy.
Justin Hartley, actor from the new show This is Us, tells Dr. Oz his daily regimen that keeps him healthy and fit.
Guests Emily and Molly participate in a blind taste test with Dr. Oz and actor Justin Hartley to see if they can guess which pumpkin product is pure squash. Then, Dr. Oz discusses settles the debate on whether or not canned pumpkin is healthy to eat.
Since the creation of the pumpkin spice latte in 2003, America’s obsession with pumpkin spice began to grow. Learn more about the rise in pumpkin spice popularity.
Cut your snack calories in half with this DIY potato chip recipe – all you need is a microwave!
Actor of the new hit show This is Us, Justin Hartley, reveals one piece of advice he will never forget, the book he recommends everyone should check out, his favorite sports team, and more!
Dr. Oz Show reporter Dean discusses the potential cure for a hangover: alcosynth. This is a beverage invented by UK neuroscientist David Nutt that is meant to elevate the positive effects of alcohol, meaning no more hangovers after a night out.
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