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Gastroenterologist Dr. Roshini Raj and integrative health expert Dr. Chiti Parikh incorporate Eastern and Western medicine to find new solutions when it comes to your gut health. Plus, take the latest Oz Quiz to find personalized digestive solutions.
Dr. Oz takes a tongue selfie as part of the quiz on digestion. Dr. Parikh and Dr. Raj explain the three digestion types: slow digestion, fast digestion, and inconsistent digestion.
Dr. Raj and Dr. Parikh share personalized plans based on both modern medicine and Ayurvedic medicine for your digestion type. They share the best tips for the slow digestion type with viewer Shawnte.
Guest Karen explains how she knew she was the fast digestion type. Dr. Raj and Dr. Parikh offer solutions to help her slow her digestion. Plus, Dr. Oz shares the recipe for a blackberry and honeydew smoothie for this digestion type.
Dr. Oz has an in-depth conversation with two of the original cast members from MTV’s “Teen Mom.” They talk to Dr. Oz about their decision to give their daughter up for adoption and why they chose to do an open adoption.
“Teen Mom”’s Catelynn and Tyler Baltierra answer a question from the audience and discuss Farrah’s termination from “Teen Mom.” Farrah was taken off the show after it was revealed she worked in the adult film industry.
Catelynn discusses with Dr. Oz how she knew she needed to get help for her suicidal thoughts. Then Catelynn and Tyler’s personal therapist Dr. Mike Dow talks to them about their struggles and sadness.
Dr. Oz reads a tweet from Tyler Baltierra that reveals his struggle with depression. With the help of their therapist Dr. Mike Dow, Tyler tells his wife Catelynn what he needs from her in terms of support.
Dr. Mike Dow reveals the tools he recommended to Catelynn and Tyler to help them relax and ease their feelings of anxiety and depression. Dr. Dow discusses the benefits of natural anxiety relief.
Catelynn and Tyler Baltierra from MTV’s “Teen Mom” share their biggest pet peeves, the best concerts they’ve even been to, and more!
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