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Documentarian Max Lugavere reveals how his mother's experience inspired him to become a brain health researcher. He joins Dr. Oz to share what he has learned about the food we eat and how it impacts the brain.
Author and filmmaker Max Lugavere explains why you should eat carotenoids with fats and phytonutrient-rich herbs to keep your brain healthy. Then, twin sisters Jessica and Jennifer, or the “kombucha sisters” reveal why they love kombucha.
The “kombucha sisters” open up about their love of kombucha and filmmaker Max Lugavere discusses the benefits of the fermented beverage. Then, Dr. Oz unveils another probiotic-rich brain drink — unpasteurized apple cider vinegar.
Dr. Oz and psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen introduce the "Bright Minds" plan, designed to sharpen memory and strengthen the brain. Find out what it stands for and see how this plan helped a 46-year-old woman with a family history of Alzheimer's disease.
Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen reveals two key foods that can increase blood flow to the brain. Then, follow along with guests Techla and Alisa as they try the Stroop test, a memory exercise that helps stimulates the brain.
Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen and Dr. Oz discuss what the Stroop test reveals and why you should learn something new every day. Then, Dr. Amen explains what you can eat to fight genetic memory loss.
Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen reveals what diabesity is and why he calls it the biggest brain drain in the country. Then, find out which nutrients and foods can combat diabesity. Plus, Bite Club member Linda shares her diabesity-fighting recipes.
Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe explains how diet and exercise impact your skin, the factors that lead to dull skin, and how you can get glowing skin again.
Smart skin habits lead to bright and radiant skin. From removing makeup at the end of your day to wearing sunscreen, learn the easy steps you can take to glow from the inside out.
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