Dr. Oz's Favorite Fall Recipes

Make the most of your autumn meals with these Oz-approved dishes.

Dr. Oz's Favorite Fall Recipes

The crispy leaves and cool weather mark the onset of fall, and that means it’s time to fill the fridge with a whole slew of fresh fruits and veggies. These Oz-approved ingredients boast a range of health benefits and natural flavors to keep your taste buds busy all season long.

Sautéed Brussels Sprouts


You may have a hard time getting your kids to eat this leafy veggie, but the health benefits are worth the effort. Brussels sprouts are an excellent source of magnesium and iron, and studies have shown that adding several servings to your weekly diet regimen may even lower your risk of cancer. This sautéed Brussels sprouts recipe incorporates turkey bacon for added protein and flavor.

From Cerebral Palsy to Olympian: How This Athlete Beat the Odds

Nick Mayhugh, a world-class athlete in USANA's "Winner's Circle," is showing you how he fuels his body and ambition.


Nick Mayhugh grew up playing soccer like most American kids do. But unlike most kids, he had the elite skills to match his deep passion. He perfected his play, practiced into the nights and dedicated his young life to the sport. For him, that meant secretly compensating for physical effects he was told were normal growing pains but that he knew weren't, like numbness on the left side of his body. So he pushed harder than the others, learning to play with just his right limbs and teaching himself to walk without a limp.

Keep Reading Show less