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With the new low-carb culture, protein consumption has increased. But new research shows eating too much meat might affect your gut. A group of meat lovers discuss their questions and concerns with Dr. Oz.
Dr. James “Butch” Rosser explains how gut bacteria composition changes when consuming a meat-based diet. Find out which foods Dr. Rosser suggests eating to help you avoid the meat-belly dilemma.
Dr. Rosser offers a sweet solution to lowering TMAO, an agent that causes chronic autoimmune diseases. Plus, he shows which meats have low-fat and high-fat content and shares his “Rosser Rule” to help prevent constipation.
Fish industry whistleblower and author, Paul Greenberg, gives insight into the fish industry. Plus, find out if fresh or frozen fish is better.
Chef Danny Boome shows what you should be looking for when trying to find the freshest fish. Plus, seafood specialist Paul Greenberg reveals the hidden sodium-rich chemical that seafood makers use to plump up their catch.
Food investigators Paul Greenberg and chef Danny Boome address the topic of farmed versus wild fish and the new generation of aquaculture entrepreneurs. Find out why it’s safe to buy farmed fish.
The low-carb culture is all the rage, but can eating all that meat be the culprit behind your biggest health issues? We investigate if a protein-packed diet is changing your gut. Plus, the five things you need to know before buying fish.
We’re sounding the alarm on dentists who do unnecessary dental work or overcharge you.