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Dr. Oz and investigative correspondent Mara Schiavocampo explore trendy frozen breakfasts to see if they’re actually a healthy option. Food scientist Taylor Wallace, PhD, breaks down how microwavable breakfast foods are made.
Food scientist Taylor Wallace, PhD, explains how frozen microwavable meals maintain their flavor and stay fresh. Then, investigative correspondent Mara Schiavocampo walks us through traditional and low-carb microwavable breakfast sandwich options.
Dr. Oz compares store-bought crustless quiches with a homemade version — which tastes the best? Mara Schiavocampo reveals her favorite, and also breaks down the nutritional differences between the two options.
Do you get frustrated trying to make the perfect omelet? Taylor Wallace cracks open the two most popular omelets in a cup — one with liquid egg included and one you can add your own eggs to. Would you try this quick and easy microwavable breakfast?
Mara Schiavocampo shares a genius food prep hack so you can make a fresh omelet in the morning in just seconds — and it’s a great way to use your leftovers! Which omelet-in-a-cup do you want to try the most?
Dr. Oz speaks to an audience member about her reliance on convenient microwavable meals. Can you really get addicted to them? Food journalist Mark Schatzker dissects the ingredients in frozen fast foods and shares what makes them so hard to resist.
Mark Schatzker warns us about the shocking amount of sugar that may be lurking in frozen microwavable meals, and he points out another hidden source of carbs — modified starch. Find out what happens to your brain when you eat these empty calories.
Obese patients are 65 percent more likely than others to have significant undiagnosed medical conditions. Hear one woman’s story of being misdiagnosed for years due to her weight — when she actually had a tumor!
Guest Latoya shares how doctors overlooked her real diagnosis — endometriosis — because of her weight, and she vividly describes the pain she endured. Listen to her message to doctors who are writing off their patients’ symptoms.
A seemingly-innocent dinner invitation turns into tragedy as a young couple is murdered in their home.