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Dr. Oz reveals the scary truth about recent E. coli outbreaks linked to lettuce. Every day consumers ask questions about what precautions they should take when it comes to buying and eating lettuce.
The Consumer Reports chief scientific officer, James Dickerson, joins Dr. Oz to address recent foodborne outbreaks. Dickerson breaks down the five ways that lettuce becomes contaminated on its journey from the fields to your kitchen.
In an unprecedented visit to the show, lettuce industry leader and CEO of Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement Scott Horsfall speaks to Dr. Oz about the culture of food safety. He shares the safety measures his employees are required to follow.
The vice president of food safety and quality at Dole Food Company, Natalie Dyenson, and farmer John Boelts provide perspectives from the salad industry and the safety procedures in their company policies to clear up consumers’ misconceptions.
Three salad industry experts answer questions from audience members.They address concerns about eating leafy greens and clear up any contamination worries. Learn their tips to keep your produce clean and your family safe.
Dr. Oz addresses headlines claiming that probiotics cause bloat and brain fog. Dr. Roshini Raj gives her insight on the study that suggests taking too many probiotics may do more harm than good. Plus, learn how probiotics work in the gut.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Raj demonstrates gas build-up in the small intestine. The probiotic elimination challenge results are explained by health and science journalist Max Lugave. Plus, Dr. Oz shares his experiences during the challenge.
The constant headlines about foodborne illness outbreaks have made us afraid to eat salad. Today, we speak to lettuce industry leaders to find out how they’re keeping your salad safe. Plus, can taking too many probiotics cause bloat and brain fog?
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