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Are probiotic foods at your local market worth buying? Registered dietitian Maya Feller and gastroenterologist Dr. Roshini Rajapaksa break down the hype and Dr. Oz explains how probiotics affect the gut. Then, find out what kombucha really is.
Dr. Oz reveals what SCOBY stands for, the key ingredient in kombucha that’s responsible for the probiotics in the fermented tea drink. But there's a catch — see how kombucha stacks up to other probiotic foods such as Greek yogurt.
Registered dietitian Maya Feller and gastroenterologist Dr. Roshini Rajapaksa reveal what to consider before you buy probiotic foods like kombucha, premade probiotic smoothies, and probiotic bars.
Pastor Orrick Quick and Pastor Greg Stamper share their opinions of modern-day exorcisms.
Dr. Oz welcomes Patricia Heaton back to the show. She’s sharing her favorite veggie-based meals, starring ingredients such as avocado and squash. Watch for her spicy baked avocado egg recipe!
Actress Patricia Heaton demonstrates how to make a flavorful kale and wild rice-stuffed squash meal that works both as a side dish or vegetarian entrée.
Actress Patricia Heaton demonstrates how easy it is to make her salted dark chocolate truffles. The best part? They’re under 100 calories! Plus, Dr. Oz’s Bite Club members reveal their taste test verdicts.
The truth about what’s really in probiotic foods. Are they as good a source of gut-friendly bacteria as they claim? We investigate. Then, we explore a spiritual phenomenon that has been raising serious questions for centuries...exorcisms.
A celebrated police chief busted for allegedly soliciting sex from a minor. Today, his wife is here opening up.