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Are you really getting 100% chicken at fast-food restaurants? Dr. Oz investigates new allegations and food journalist Larry Olmsted reveals why some fast-food restaurants substitute whole chicken with restructured chicken.
Journalist Larry Olmsted demonstrates how restructured chicken is formed and explains how DNA testing is used on food. Plus, Subway’s chief of food safety and quality Dave Theno responds to claims that Subway restaurants don't serve 100% chicken.
Dave Theno, the chief of food safety and quality at Subway, reveals what Subway found when they tested their own chicken and shares behind-the-scenes footage of chicken being prepared at one of Subway’s factories.
Dr. Oz reveals the results of independent testing of chicken samples from nine popular fast-food restaurants. Then, Subway’s chief of food safety and quality Dave Theno weighs in on the findings and Dr. Oz shares his final thoughts.
Dr. Conrad Murray, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson’s death, discusses his relationship with the late superstar.
Dr. Conrad Murray, who was employed as Michael Jackson’s personal physician, talks about Jackson’s use of sedatives, such as propofol and demerol.
Dr. Conrad Murray reveals why he believes he fulfilled the Hippocratic oath and discusses a recording of Jackson that was made while he was on propofol, a powerful sedative.
Michael Jackson’s doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray, discusses why he left Michael Jackson, who was medicated on sedatives, on his last night, and how he found Jackson when he returned.
Dr. Conrad Murray, who was Michael Jackson’s personal doctor, shares why he feels he wasn’t responsible for Jackson’s death.
Today, an exclusive look at a food scandal that rocked one of the world’s largest sandwich chains: Subway. Allegations arose that their chicken sandwiches contained just 50% chicken. Then, what really caused the death of Michael Jackson?
Today, a food truth investigation into the fish you’ve never tried but should.