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Are nuts healthy or not? Reporter Mark Schatzker reveals what the FDA is saying about this popular snack. Then, Schatzker faces off with nutritionist Dr. Kellyann Petrucci as she raises concerns about nuts.
Nutritionist Dr. Kellyann Petrucci reveals how many nuts you should be eating. Then, investigative journalist Mark Schatzker and Dr. Oz demonstrate how the calories from nuts are different from the calories in less nutritious snacks.
Journalist Mark Schatzker explains how the body doesn’t absorb all the calories in raw nuts. Then, nutritionist Dr. Kellyann Petrucci discusses how nuts can cause inflammation and Dr. Oz reveals his final verdict on nuts.
In 2015, the FDA sent a letter to Daniel Lubetzky, the CEO of KIND Snacks, warning him that the company’s bars, made primarily of nuts, were not allowed to be labeled as “healthy.” Lubetzky explains how the company has since responded.
Investigative journalist Mark Schatzker breaks down the difference between jam, jelly, marmalade, and sugar-free jam.
Go-to tester Rhenotha shows Dr. Oz how to avoid overspreading jam. Then, she demonstrates how to make homemade jam without all of the sugar found in store-bought versions.
Fitness trainer Jen Widerstrom explains how to get into the right mindset to get back on track with your healthy lifestyle on Monday. Then, find out how to start the One-Day Reset Plan.
Fitness trainer Jen Widerstrom unveils the meal plan for her One-Day Reset Plan, including a detoxifying spinach and beet liquid breakfast, the dietary supplement she swears by, and the protein-fat combo she recommends for lunch.
Trainer Jen Widerstrom puts Dr. Oz through the “grain and train” regimen. Then, she reveals the last phase of the One-Day Reset Plan.
Fitness trainer Jen Widerstrom reveals the three essential tips every Monday Dieter needs on the One-Day Reset Plan.
Today, it’s the ultimate couples’ health face-off: Dr. Oz versus Lisa Oz! Play along and see if you’re on the winning team.