Dr Oz Highlights: October 2012
Before you take another pain reliever, see what Dr Oz revealed to a shocked audience about the hidden side effects of common OTC medications. Plus, get some ideas for fast acting natural pain remedies and how you can replace artificial sweeteners in your diet with natural sources like Buckwheat Honey. Here’s what you missed this week on Dr Oz.
Natural Alternatives to Ibuprofen & Acetaminophen
This week, Dr Oz shared surprising study results that concluded there are dangers in regularly using pain relievers such as Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen. But what can you do instead? Check out Dr Oz’s natural remedies to help you manage pain without causing potential hearing loss.
Dr. Oz: Capsaicin Cream Review & Powdered Ginger Soothes Joint Pains
Dr Oz showed off some of his best natural solutions for chronic pain, which he said can relieve your symptoms and get results in as little as seven days. Find out why he suggested powdered ginger and capsaicin cream, among other health tricks.
Dr Oz’s 4 Factors for Health
What are the four core components of longevity? Dr Oz listed his 4 factors for health, explaining that most of the death and disease in the world is related to these ideals. Find out what they are and whether you are taking care of them in your personal healthcare situation.
Raw Buckwheat Honey & Stevia: Artificial Sweetener Alternatives
Dr Oz talked about the risks of consuming artificial sweeteners, which could be contributing to your weight gain and even causing overactive bladder problems. Find out how Raw Buckwheat Honey and Stevia can satisfy your sweet tooth without some of the associated health risks.
Dr Oz In Case You Missed It: October 8-12 2012
Here are this week’s full episode recaps.
- Monday: Diacetyl in Artificial Butter & Artificial Sweetener Risks
- Tuesday: What the Heck? Dr Oz Supplement Rule & Best Foods to Eat
- Wednesday: Rick Springfield Suicide Attempt & Pain Reliever Hearing Loss
- Thursday: HPV Cervical Cancer & HPV Vaccine Debate
- Friday: Andrew Weil Recipes & Positional Release Therapy