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Melissa Hartwig, the author and creator of the Whole30 eating plan, reveals what you can eat and what you should avoid for 30 days to create your own personalized diet.
Forget steamed and bland vegetables. Author Melissa Hartwig shows Dr. Oz a beginner-friendly way to cook more flavorful vegetables.
Author Melissa Hartwig discusses the advantages of cooking with ground meat and explains why she recommends using premade spice blends.
Author Melissa Hartwig demonstrates how to prepare rotisserie chicken in a slow cooker. Plus, see how you can make three different meals with just one rotisserie chicken.
Guests Alisa, Ciuela, and Techla share how they transformed one rotisserie chicken into three different meals.
Ballerina Misty Copeland reveals the first thing she does at the dance studio before she begins dancing. Then, she teaches Dr. Oz how to do a torso stretch to relieve back pain.
Meet sisters Alyssa and Taylor and see why Taylor hopes Alyssa can get a new outlook on life. Then, the acrobats from Cirque du Soleil’s Paramour illustrate how the chemicals in our brains affect our moods.
Is dandruff driving you crazy? Dr. Oz and dermatologist Dr. Ilyse Lefkowicz discuss how common this condition is and explain how the white flakes form.
Dermatologist Dr. Ilyse Lefkowicz explains the different types of dandruff and what she recommends to treat stubborn white flakes. Plus, guest Viola shares her experience using Head & Shoulders Clinical Solutions selenium sulfide formula shampoo.
Tony Robbins is here with how to free yourself from fear and stress and the #1 thing you can do to build real wealth right now.