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Who doesn’t love bread? Guest Kelly tells us why she made the switch to “light” bread and why she enjoys it. Then watch investigative journalist Michael Moss and baker Zachary Golper break down the difference between regular bread and “light” bread.
Dr. Oz and baker Zachary Golper uncover surprising ingredients found in “light” breads, and investigative journalist Michael Moss points out potential dangers. Is it better to have one slice of regular bread or two pieces of “light” bread?
Have you seen this viral video of a kid trying fries and ketchup for the first time? Nothing beats this classic combo — so listen up as Dr. Oz and Taylor Wallace walk you through the journey that potatoes go on to become convenient, frozen fries.
Investigative reporter Mara Schiavocampo warns about the dangers of undercooking frozen fries, and food scientist Taylor Wallace reveals the secret ingredient used to brown frozen french fries. Plus, is there a healthy french fry option?
Nutritionist Dr. Kellyann Petrucci breaks down the real difference between half-and-half, milk, and creamer, and Dr. Oz points out the calorie count in each. Plus, what are powder creamers and flavored creamers really made of?
Dr. Oz voices his concern about flavored creamers, and Dr. Kellyann Petrucci shares what she likes about non-dairy alternatives. Health journalist Max Lugavere shows how he creates a “creamy,” rich and healthy coffee without any milk or dairy.
Presented by Pantene. Pantene scientist Jeni Thomas breaks down why we get frizzy hair in warm weather, and Dr. Oz shows us what happens to hair when it’s exposed to high heat and not protected. How can you shield your hair from extreme temperatures?
Presented by Pantene. Pantene scientist Jeni Thomas shares how to protect your hair from the heat, and offers a way to manage your hair on hot, humid days. Plus, social media influencer Chinae Alexander gives us the hair routine that she swears by.
Bread alternatives like “light” or “thin” have been filling the shelves. We investigate what’s really in them and if they’re better than other loaves. Then, we take a closer look at how frozen French fries are made before you pop them in the oven.
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