Care for your skin the right way.
Integrative physician Dr. Tasneem Bhatia explains which foods to eat and avoid if you have a leaky gut, including a surprising tomato sauce substitute.
Meet today’s special guest, four-year-old Anson Wong, who may know more about the digestive system than Dr. Oz!
Gastroenterologist Dr. Roshini Rajapaksa demonstrates the simple three-step process to determine the effectiveness of a probiotic supplement. Plus, find out what to look for when shopping for probiotics.
Dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman and Dr. Oz introduce the latest trendy face masks that promise to hydrate, deep cleanse, and more. See what three guests think and find out if they’re dermatologist-approved.
Dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman explains how bubble and magnet facial masks work and reveals her favorite pick. Then, guests Carolyn, Angelina, and Brooke share what they think about each of the masks they tried.
Dr. Oz introduces the murder case of Trenton Mallory and crime correspondent Melissa Moore describes Mallory’s relationship with fiancée Amber Smith. Then, forensic criminologist Laura Pettler reveals why she considers Smith a suspect in the case.
Forensic criminologist Laura Pettler presents the evidence that helped police determine who killed Trenton Mallory. Plus, crime correspondent Melissa Moore reveals the suspect’s motive and the jury’s verdict after the trial.
Find out the hidden cause of bloat, exhaustion, and a host of other health issues just by answering three simple questions. See if a leaky gut is to blame and how to fix it. Then, meet a five-year-old who says he can fix your gut.