Care for your skin the right way.
Core expert Jenna Wolfe investigates whether processed foods with added fiber live up to their hype or not. Find out if they’re worth the higher price tag.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Robynne Chutkan presents the synthetic fibers that are added into processed foods and explains why they’re not as effective as the fibers found in natural foods.
Dr. Robynne Chutkan reveals the three things to consider before eating fiber-fortified foods and core expert Jenna Wolfe offers a fiber alternative that’s suitable for individuals with gluten intolerance.
Struggling with bloat and constipation? Dr. Robynne Chutkan reveals the inexpensive short-term solution that will get things moving quickly.
If you have irritable bowel syndrome, Dr. Robynne Chutkan introduces another fiber option that won’t worsen bloating. Plus, she shares the one fiber-rich food that she loves to cook with.
Core expert Jenna Wolfe visits Whipped Pastry Boutique’s commercial bakery to get the breakdown on food allergy labels. Plus, allergist Dr. Tania Elliott explains the “big 8” allergens that food companies are required to list on labels.
Allergist Dr. Tania Elliott demonstrates how cross contamination can occur on a food production line.
Dr. Tania Elliott and Dr. Oz show how foods processed on shared equipment can become contaminated with allergens. Then, core expert Jenna Wolfe reveals the results of allergen testing in sample foods.
Investigative reporter Lisa Lee Freeman put the top three breathalyzer apps to the test with the help of Oz team members Tia Brown and Carolina Bermudez. See how the apps compared to an official breathalyzer test.
Investigative reporter Lisa Lee Freeman reveals how three breathalyzer apps compared to the official breathalyzer test that police use. Plus, Dr. Oz gives one of the breathalyzers a try.
Rachael Ray gets real about a scary moment at home with her family.