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Instant foods are taking over your supermarket shelves but are they good for you? Food scientist Taylor Wallace and nutritionist J.J. Smith help Dr. Oz get to the truth of the matter.
How do instant oats compare to other varieties? Nutritionist J.J. Smith explains and reveals the difference between instant and steel-cut oats. Then, go-to tester Rhenotha weighs in. Plus, find out how to buy the healthiest instant oats.
Hungry Girl Lisa Lillien reveals the health halo around packaged foods and demonstrates how you can make healthier dishes at home.
Hungry Girl Lisa Lillien and Dr. Oz deconstruct a frozen pizza. Then, Lillien demonstrates how to make her easy spinach crust pizza.
Dr. Oz and his Bite Club members taste test Popeye’s Pizza. Then, do you have a sweet tooth like Hungry Girl Lisa Lillien? Watch for her chocolate chocolate donut recipe!
Hungry Girl Lisa Lillien explains the benefits of faux frying your food and how to make faux-fried onion rings and chicken nuggets.
Go-to tester Rhenotha visits the Artists and Fleas market in New York City to find out what your biggest hair woes are. Then, Dr. Rocio Rivera and Dr. Oz demonstrate what years of styling can do to your hair and how to protect it.
Dr. Rocio Rivera reveals what she recommends to revive and protect damaged hair. Then, guests Elaine and Michelle share their experiences with the L’Oreal Elvive Total Repair 5 Protein Recharge Treatment.
Dr. Rocio Rivera, the director of scientific communications at L’Oreal Paris, reveals what can cause hair damage and what you can do to protect, strengthen, and revive damaged hair.
Hungry Girl Lisa Lillien reveals why she would want to live in space, her favorite smartphone app, how she starts her day every morning, and more!
Hungry Girl Lisa Lillien loves chocolate and sweets. But why? Dr. Oz explains why women tend to love sweets more than men. Plus, learn how to make Hungry Girl's chocolate donuts with chocolate frosting. Enjoy!
We’re uncovering the truth about the new instant foods on your supermarket shelves like coffee, oatmeal, rice, and even pasta. But have we sacrificed health for speed? Plus, are products that are labeled “healthy” tricking you?
Bobby Flay is one of the most famous chefs in America. He’s revealing what motivated him to lose 15 pounds and how he did it.