Dr Oz: March 30, 2011: In Case You Missed It


Doctor Oz’s “In Case You Missed It” segment and recaps for March 30, 2011 are below.  Don’t forget to pass the recaps on to friends and family to spread Dr Oz’s advice!  Before I get to what Dr Oz covered today, I also want to remind you to visit our sister site (Opinion Queen) to enter some fabulous free giveaways!

Dr Oz March 30 2011 – In Case You Missed It

Click on the links at the end of each item below to read recaps of the Dr Oz Show from March 30 2011! Dr Oz In Case You Missed It March 30 2011


  1. Theresa Philippi says

    I was watching the Dr. Oz show on March 30, 2011. I usually like the doctor oz show, but on March 30, 2011 I got annoyed. It seems that every time dr. oz said something it had to do with weight. I am an obese 48 year old woman. I have lost about 20 pounds and since I started losing the weight I have not felt good. I felt better physically when I was heavier. I don’t think he is being fair to heavy people. The way it is being portrayed on the dr oz show and other shows I watch, is that if you are overweight you are automatically unhealthy and going to cost the taxpayer more money. There are many healthy, vivacious, productive, vibrant, energetic obese people in this world. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in august of 2010. The first thing I read was that weight could cause cancer. If this stagmatism is allowed to continue than the insurance companies will stop covering anything for anyone obese. I am appauled that people can say this with absolute certainty when nothing in life is definite. There are so many obese people in america that live happy, normal productive lives and manage to remain cancer free. This stereotype just sends weight discrimination back 50 years. Weight discrimination is the only widely accepted form of discrimination going. Everyone thinks that it is alright to put there nose in where it doesn’t belong because the person is obese. Yet if anyone was to do that to them they would scream bloody murder and ask who they think they are. I believe that when doctors are at a loss for any other explanation for something they blame the persons weight and that is not fair. Obesity is not a social disease. I personally work 2 jobs, belong to the American Legion Auxiliary, drive a family member and a friend to work every morning and shop and squeeze everything else in on the weekends. Contrary to what people may think and what is being portrayed, not all people are fat because they are lazy pigs (which seems to be the general opinion of people). I am telling everyone that yes there are some people out there that are lazy but as in any groups, don’t make a generalization about all. Every case is different and I don’t think that doctors express that enough. I hope that in future shows that Dr. Oz will try to be more sensitive and conciously think about he would feel if the shoe was on the other foot. I like you and your show overall. You are a wonderful person with some great insights but sometimes you come across as unattached from your audience. Sincerely, Theresa Philippi

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