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Core expert Mark Schatzker talks to Birch Coffee co-founder Jeremy Lyman about coffee bean pesticide concerns. Then, he visits Dr. Bob Arnot’s coffee bean warehouse to find out which coffee brew has the most antioxidants.
Food journalist Mark Schatzker gives tips on how to buy the coffee with the most health benefits, and which roasts to avoid.
Dr. Oz and Mark Schatzker discuss the health benefits of the coffee bean and why you should never store your coffee in the fridge.
Coffee is a low-calorie and antioxidant-rich beverage but are you sabotaging its health benefits when you add non-dairy creamer and artificial flavors to your cup? Core expert Mark Schatzker breaks it all down.
Find out why you need to check the labels on the cream you buy in the grocery store. Plus, get the health scoop on the individual coffee creamers commonly served at restaurants.
Investigative reporter Elisabeth Leamy talks about why protein-enhanced foods like milk, cereal, and ice cream could be harmful to your health and your diet.
Blueberries are found in a wide variety of foods, from muffins to yogurts, but are they the real deal? Registered dietitian Ashley Koff reveals what these blue bits really are.
Dr. Oz and dietician Ashley Koff give the audience a taste test to prove that some blueberry muffins aren’t made with the real berries, and give tips on how to tell the difference.
Give your cup of joe a jolt! From dark roasts to mild or medium blends, we show you how to get more health benefits from your everyday coffee. Then, protein-boosted foods and fake blueberries: Are they healthy and safe?
Find out what you can do to prevent Alzheimer’s from the biggest experts and leaders on the forefront of Alzheimer’s research.