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National headlines have raised the alarm about deadly peanut allergies but is this increased concern overhyped? Allergist Dr. Tania Elliott and journalist Christine Haughney join Dr. Oz to break it all down.
Allergist Dr. Tania Elliott reveals why more people have food allergies nowadays. Then, Dr. Oz explains how anaphylaxis works and what happens when the immune system attacks food.
Allergist Dr. Tania Elliott and journalist Christine Haughney discuss new scientific research that opposes old guidelines and suggests that earlier exposure to peanuts can build up tolerance in the immune system.
Producer Dean Dimitruk goes undercover to investigate how restaurants react when customers reveal their nut allergies. Then, chef Ming Tsai weighs in and opens up about his own son’s food allergies.
Chef Ming Tsai reveals how the staff at his restaurant, Blue Dragon, accommodate diners who have food allergies. Plus, Tsai presents his food allergy bible that breaks down the components of the recipes used at Blue Dragon.
Chef Ming Tsai responds to diners who don’t have a food allergy but say they do and explains why food allergy accommodations are a smart business choice. Plus, he reveals the technique that helped his son build up his immune system.
Former pro boxer turned wellness expert and cook, Laila Ali returns to the Dr. Oz Show to share her favorite takes on comfort food. Find out how she packs her cheese-less spread with flavor and nutrition.
Dr. Oz's Bite Club members weigh in on Laila Ali’s cheese-less spread and Dr. Oz reveals how it stacks up to traditional cheese spreads. Then, Ali reveals how she prepares her famous oven-fried chicken wings.
Laila Ali shows Dr. Oz how to bake chicken to resemble fried chicken. Then, Dr. Oz’s Bite Club members share their taste test verdicts. Plus, Ali reveals the personal story behind this special chicken recipe.
Fitness trainer and author Jen Widerstrom demonstrates how she makes her clean tea latte with black tea and cacao.