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Dr. Oz looks into headlines scrutinizing the eggs used in fast-food breakfasts, and investigative reporter Tia Brown reveals there are no clear guidelines for classifying real eggs. Find out why fast-food restaurants use additives in their foods.
Tia Brown explains how egg products are different than whole eggs and why fast-food restaurants use them, as well as a tip for ordering a fresh egg. Butcher Justin DeMarco grades the quality of the sausage and bacon served at fast-food restaurants.
Justin DeMarco and Dr. Oz use a pig diagram to show where certain cuts of breakfast meats come from. Then, Tia Brown breaks down the nutritional value of a deluxe fast-food burger and breakfast sandwich to see which is the better option.
Dr. Oz and chef Roblé Ali break down the differences between store-bought classic cream cheese and fresh cream cheese, and Roblé explains how low-fat and fat-free cream cheese is made. Then, guest Mariana shares why she prefers whipped cream cheese.
Dr. Oz reveals the results of a cream cheese experiment, which compared different types and tested whether or not whipped cream cheese is really a healthier choice. Then, chef Roblé Ali shows how easy it is to make your own flavored cream cheese.
Dr. Oz investigates to find out if germs are lurking in the coffee you buy, and guests share their concerns about places they pick up a quick cup, like gas stations, airplanes, and big chain spots. Find out what internal medicine Dr. Bob Arnot says.
Dr. Bob Arnot, who’s also a pilot, gives us the inside scoop on airplane coffee, and Dr. Oz reveals the results of a test of the coffee served on planes. Then, a former barista opens up about his experience and what goes on behind the coffee bar.
Presented by Sunovion. Dr. Nina Maouelainin, an interventional pulmonologist, explains the symptoms and progression of the chronic disease, COPD, and Dr. Oz demonstrates what goes on in the body of someone affected with COPD.
Presented by Sunovion. Dr. Nina Maouelainin shares a recently approved maintenance medication that can be used to treat symptoms of COPD, or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
Presented by Sunovion. Dr. Nina Maouelainin, an interventional pulmonologist, answer questions about COPD, or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, a condition that affects about 16 millions Americans. Find out why COPD is on the rise.
Presented by Sunovion. Learn the most common causes of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, also known as COPD, as well as the symptoms to watch out for. COPD is a chronic condition that affects close to 16 million Americans.
Taraji P. Henson speaks out about why mental health is so important to her and why she’s fighting to erase the stigma.