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Dr. Oz investigates a problem not many people talk about but 7.5 million people experience annually: stalking. Guest Lenora Claire shares her experience of being stalked.
Lenora recounts to Dr. Oz how the opening of her art gallery and being featured in LA Weekly magazine led to her stalker making her his prey. She describes her first impression of him and the shocking thing he told her in person.
Lenora talks about her experience with the Los Angeles Police Department and why they said they couldn’t help her. Then, she explains why fear of being stalked is something she will deal with for the rest of her life.
Forensic criminologist Dr. Casey Jordan explains why limited laws on stalking make it hard for law enforcement to get involved. Psychiatrist Dr. Judith Joseph tells Dr. Oz what motivates a person to become a stalker.
Dr. Oz shares the fruit sugar scale to answer the question “can sugar make me fat?” Nutritionist Maya Feller explains why the sugar in fruit can be both good and bad.
Maya Feller clears up the confusion around agave nectar. Then Maya and Dr. Raj discuss the artificial sweetener allulose and whether or not you should use it as a sugar swap.
Dr. Oz reveals the sweetener combination that is a favorite in the Oz household. Maya Feller and Dr. Raj explain why the Oz family’s sweetener is a smart choice. Then, viewers Sophia and Lauren share recipes using the sweetener.
Dr. Oz introduces the new Sharecare app that can help improve your health. Dr. Darria Gillespie discusses how easy it is to burn calories without going to the gym. Plus, take the calorie quiz to find out which activities help you burn calories.
Dr. Oz, Dr. Darria, and Rhenotha continue to take the quiz to find out which activities burn the most calories. Find out if laughing or singing burns more calories, or if you should walk or do yoga.
Lenora Claire shares her app idea that can help victims feel more secure and in control. The app would create a way for law enforcement to legally get involved to protect those who need it most.
See how a woman was stalked out of the blue by a complete stranger who sent her death and rape threats for years. And, why the police never protected her until it was almost too late. Plus, food confusion: Is there such a thing as healthy sugar?
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