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Dr. Oz investigates a new health alert that suggests just two glasses of diet soda may increase your risk of death of 25 percent. Then, former diet soda lover Dr. Michael Roizen reveals why he gave it up 10 years ago.
Dr. Michael Roizen breaks down the new research concerning diet soda and reveals various health factors. Nutritionist JJ Smith points out troublesome ingredients, and Dr. Roizen shares two problems. Learn how artificial sweeteners affect your brain.
JJ Smith shares how diet soda may be misconstrued by people trying to cut calories, and points out that choosing a diet option may lead to unhealthy choices. But, should you go back to drinking regular soda?
Celebrity chef Rachael Ray gives us a sneak peek into her new cookbook, and she tells us about her recent 50th birthday surprise party. Find out why her grandfather and mother were Ray’s inspiration for this cookbook.
Rachael Ray shows us how to make the bucatini con le sarde dish that brings up memories of her grandfather and her school lunches. Plus, Ray explains why cooking the sardines and anchovies in hot oil mellows out the fishy flavor.
Inspired by Rachael Ray’s memory-filled cookbook, Dr. Oz shares the story of his life in meals in a video. Find out his favorite childhood meal, his go-to dinner during medical school, the dessert he has once a year for his birthday, and more.
Presented by Aquaphor. Do you suffer from chapped lips, dry skin, or rashes? Hear what product these women swear by for help. Then, dermatologist Dr. Kim Nichols explains how to protect and heal your flaky lips as the weather changes.
Presented by Aquaphor. Dr. Oz demonstrates how a lip repair stick nourishes flaky lips, and Dr. Kim Nichols shares a complete skincare regime to help soothe dry, cracked lips – especially as cold weather approaches.
Celebrity chef Rachael Ray shares a sweet story about the first time she took her mom to Italy. Then, she demonstrates how to make her tahini caesar salad – one of the most popular dishes in her cookbook – and Dr. Oz approves of the Turkish twist.
There is a new health alert about diet sodas, but is it really that bad for you and is there a healthy amount you can actually drink? Plus, Rachael Ray shares the three most memorable meals that have marked her life and they are all Oz-approved!