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Dr. Oz shares brand new information about your fast-food containers. Food investigator Ali Rosen details the evolution of fast-food containers, and editor of “The New Food Economy,” Joe Fassler, reveals the chemicals found in eco-friendly containers.
Joe Fassler explains why all fast-food containers contain PFAS, and warns why it’s so problematic. Then, Dr. Oz shows us how PFAS break down in the environment, and points out why they are labeled as “forever chemicals.”
Joe Fassler explains the latest scientific research about PFAS chemicals in eco-friendly containers, and warns that PFAS build up in the body, resulting in health risks. Ali Rosen shares why you should not put your to-go container in the microwave.
Actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth reveals two of her backstage rituals, and how she maintains her infectious energy. Chenoweth details the first time she experienced symptoms of Meniere’s disease, an inner ear disorder that she was diagnosed with.
Kristin Chenoweth tells us the triggers of Meniere’s disease symptoms, and shares what she does to help manage her condition. She reveals that she also suffers from asthma, and Dr. Oz shows us what asthma looks like in the lungs.
Presented by Eucerin. Dr. Oz uncovers various dry skin types, and viewers share their dry skin stories. Dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi shares what our skin can tell us about water loss. Learn how to lock in hydration and prevent future dryness.
Presented by Eucerin. Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi shares what she recommends to alleviate dry skin, and explains why long-lasting hydration is crucial for ending your vicious dry skin cycle. See before and after photos of a guest’s skin, who used lotion.
Presented by Eucerin. A guest shares her feedback on using cream – rather than lotion – to treat her dry skin, and Dr. Oz shows her before and after photos. Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi breaks down the difference between lotion and cream products.
They may be better for the environment, but shocking reports say compostable take-out containers may be worse for your health. Plus, can eco-friendly paper straws be making you sick? Then, Kristin Chenoweth on her health condition.