Exercise isn't helping me lose belly fat - what can I do? Is yo-yo dieting more dangerous than being overweight? How bad is it to have a late dinner twice a week? What's the word on weight loss shakes? YOU asked, they answered. Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen team up to share weight loss tips and dieting truths - and help you drop the pounds.

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Click here to watch Part 1:

  • I want to make positive changes in my life. Where do I start?
  • Why is it harder to lose weight as we get older?
  • I consume a lot of artificial sweeteners. Are they safe?

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  • How can I tell the difference between physical hunger and emotional hunger?
  • Do weight loss products like Hoodia work?
  • Why are 10,000 steps a day recommended?
  • How do we motivate others to lose weight without offending them?

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  • Why is it so hard to lose arm fat?
  • What are your thoughts on the blood type diet?
  • What's the best way to detoxify the body when starting a weight loss program?
  • Is it better to eat before or after exercise?

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  • Can belly fat cause any major health problems?
  • Is sex considered good exercise?
  • I've been working out for a year and have hit a plateau. How can I get past this?
  • What is a daily normal sugar intake?

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  • I have osteoporosis. What are some safe exercises I can do?
  • I have a sweet tooth. What can I do when I crave chocolate?

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  • How does cortisol affect belly fat?
  • What are the benefits of fiber for dieting?

Dr. Oz answers MORE of your questions. Click here to watch exclusive Webchat After Show footage!

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