What will you accomplish over the next 10 years? Come along with us as we celebrate season 10.
Every Monday this November, Dr. Oz is giving you an action plan to protect your brain and prevent cognitive decline. This week, learn what to eat to ward off Alzheimer's.
Neurologist Dr. Ayesha Sherzai reveals the brain-boosting foods you should be eating and explains why you should cut out added sugars. Plus, find out why Alzheimer's is also called "diabetes of the brain" or "type 3 diabetes".
Neurologist Dr. Dean Sherzai explains the importance of low-glycemic vegetables and fiber in the anti-Alzheimer's diet. Then, find out the brain boosters, such as sunflower seeds, that you can eat daily
Neurologists Dr. Ayesha Sherzai and Dr. Dean Sherzai unveil two anti-Alzheimer's snacks and desserts, including a guilt-free key lime pie that's made without any refined sugars.
Delish.com's Joanna Saltz, Lindsay Funston, and Lauren Miyashiro weigh in on the pumpkin spice craze and food scientist Dr. Taylor Wallace reveals what’s really inside pumpkin spice foods.
Food scientist Dr. Taylor Wallace reveals the additives food scientists use to mimic the taste and experience of pumpkin spice flavor. Then, Dr. Oz explains how your brain reacts when you drink a pumpkin spice latte.
‘Tis the season for pumpkins! Martha Stewart shows Dr. Oz how to make a quick bread with pumpkin puree and pumpkin seeds.
Martha Stewart teaches Dr. Oz how to prepare pumpkin bread with pepitas. Then, see what the audience thinks!
Dr. Oz explains what happens when you drink a pumpkin spice latte and why it's such a beloved drink.
Who says you need cheese for mac and cheese? Try this vegan version featuring cashews, cannellini beans, and turmeric.
Every Monday, it’s our Alzheimer’s Action Plan to protect your brain. First up: Easy steps to turn your meals into disease fighters. We’ve got your essential anti-Alzheimer’s grocery list. Then, has the pumpkin spice craze gotten out of hand?
We reveal the biggest money savers, aisle by aisle, you need to know about at your local supermarket.