Seven artificial food dyes are still used in the United States today. Dr. Oz reveals the names of these colors and examines the difference between American candies that use artificial dyes and British candies that use natural colorants.
Dr. Alan Greene talks about the negative impacts of artificial food coloring and reveals five unexpected foods that contain chemical food dyes, including one in the produce aisle.
Dr. Michael Jacobson breaks down the scientific findings on artificial food dyes and its impact on children. Then, Dr. Oz shares the Food and Drug Administration’s response to these studies.
Dr. Alan Greene and Dr. Michael Jacobson discuss the scientific studies that link artificial food dyes with adverse reactions in children, such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Viewer Bobbi shares how removing artificial food dyes from her daughter’s diet greatly improved her daughter’s behavior and offers advice for other parents who are concerned about these additives.
Chef Julia Collin Davison, executive food editor of America’s Test Kitchen, joins Dr. Oz to reveal whether this popular condiment needs to be chilled or not.
Chef Julia Collin Davison of America’s Test Kitchen reveals the condiments you should refrigerate and the one exception to the rule. Can you guess which sauce it is?
The latest health food trend – scooped bagels – seems like a smart way to save calories but is it worth the trouble? Dr. Oz breaks down the math!
Dr. Oz reveals the calorie counts behind scooped and unscooped bagels – find out if it’s worth the extra trouble to remove the insides of your bagel.
Find out how to make fluffy, soft cloud bread with just four ingredients and no grain necessary!
Dr. Oz gives you a whole new way to look at your body. Find out which type you are to maximize weight loss.