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Author and food critic Larry Olmsted visits Crave Fishbar in New York City to taste-test the difference between wild and farm salmon. Then, Larry and Dr. Oz discuss what's really wrong with the salmon industry today.
Larry Olmsted debunks the myth that farmed salmon is bad to for you. Plus, he travels to West Virginia to investigate the Freshwater Institute and farmed salmon practices such as tank-based aquaculture.
Larry Olmsted and Dr. Oz discuss the confusing labels that can be on salmon in the supermarket. Plus, they give tips to make sure you're buying the healthiest and best quality fish at affordable prices for your family.
Dr. Oz and Larry Olmsted reveal why canned salmon is a great and cheaper alternative to regular salmon. Then, Larry walks through additional seafood that is delicious and safe to eat farm-raised. Plus the seafood app you need to have on your phone!
Singer Jewel tells Dr. Oz why she moved out when she was 15 and how she survived on her own for many years, including a time period in her life when she was homeless.
Jewel reads a passage from her new book, Never Broken about her abusive relationship with her father. She discusses why happiness is for everyone and why she feels strongly about that message.
Jewel leads a guided meditation to help relieve anxiety. Sit back, relax, dim the lights, and close your eyes in order to help you find calm.
Are you eating fake food? A food insider reveals the top three counterfeit food scams you need to know about. Then, singer Jewel reveals how she saved her health while she was homeless and she sets the record straight on her battle with anxiety.
We’re taking a second look at granola! Based on nutritional data, we’ve called it out as a health food imposter that does...