Dr Oz: Lingonberries Longevity & Hibiscus Tea Blood Pressure Remedy


Dr Oz Recap December 11 2012

Dr. Oz welcomed two very controversial doctors to his show today. Dr. Stephen Sinatra and Dr. Jonny Bowden are the authors of the book The Great Cholesterol Myth and they firmly believe that cholesterol has nothing to do with heart disease. They warned about the danger of statin drugs and talked about the benefit of eating a healthy diet to prevent a heart attack. Dr. Oz then shared an amazing new test for checking your LDL cholesterol levels, a test that could truly change your life. As a fun way to end his show today, Dr. Oz introduced us to the finalists in his first-ever Viewer Showdown competition. The winners will receive a very special trophy and get to write a column for Dr. Oz’s website.

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Dr Oz: Lingonberries Longevity & Hibiscus Tea Blood Pressure Remedy

Dr. Oz says that Lingonberries are a wonderful food for longevity and they can be found in juice or jam form to offer you antioxidant benefits.


  1. says

    So glad Dr. Oz had this show today and mentioned his favorites. Organic Hibiscus Tea has been very popular at Nature’s Tea Leaf and it’s great that Dr. Oz feels so strongly about this flower’s effectiveness in helping to lower blood pressure when brewed as a tea.

  2. Jean M. Stouten says

    I was writing to request a toothbrush offered at 3:00 p.m. today as advised yesterday
    it was a powerbrush to aid in better cleaning.
    I hope I am one of the first 1000 people entering.
    Thank you Dr. Oz.
    I was very impressed with the show and information.
    Are you going to bring your show back from NY Med. It was wondereful to see the Dr.’s in action.
    Jean Miller Stouten

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