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Forget carb cutting! A year since he suffered a near-fatal heart attack, Bob Harper of "The Biggest Loser" is back to unveil his super carb diet that has transformed his health.
From bread to rice, Bob Harper reveals the super carbs he loves now. See how he tops his 100 percent whole-grain toast and the pasta alternatives he's making room for on his plate.
Unsure about alternative pastas? Spelt, sorghum, and quinoa pastas all offer nutrients like fiber, antioxidants, and protein. Guest Elaine hosted a carb swap with friends and shares their alternative pasta creations.
In February 2017, fitness trainer Bob Harper went into cardiac arrest at a New York City gym but a fellow gym-goer helped save his life. Dr. Oz introduces Harper to the stranger who performed CPR on him that fateful day.
Fitness trainer Bob Harper reunites with Philip, a fellow gym-goer who helped save his life. Philip recounts what happened the day he first met Harper. Plus, learn how to do hands-only CPR.
Have you tried The Two-Week Challenge to Boost Your Fiber Intake yet? Women's health contributor Jamie Hess reveals how she keeps up with the challenge three months later and her favorite way to enjoy Metamucil on the go.
Guest Kim reveals her favorite way to enjoy fiber in the morning. Then, women's health contributor Jamie Hess explains the benefits of eating more fiber and Dr. Oz explains how soluble fiber, like psyllium, helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels.
More than 214,000 supporters signed the Change.org petition to stop child sex trafficking online. Dr. Oz shares an important update on the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) and Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA).
Cutting back on added sugars can help improve your blood sugar levels. Learn the simple swaps you can make to eat less sugar.
A new way of eating that celebrates carbs. See what a super carb is and how it can change your health. Then, a surprise reunion for Bob Harper with the man who saved him after his heart attack. Plus, Terry Crews speaks out on being sexually harassed.
A father claims antidepressants made him murder his son. Is it a legitimate defense? We investigate.