Dr. Oz September 26, 2014 Preview
Wellbuzz Update: Here are the links for this episode:
- Dr. Oz: 3 Cosmetic Procedures You Should Never Do At A Walk-In Clinic
- Dr. Oz: Can Foods In The Microwave Lose Cancer-Fighting Properties?
- Dr. Oz: Fast Food Addiction, Constricted Arteries & Fatty Food Dangers
- Dr. Oz: Fast Food Fake Out Plan & Customizing Food At A Burger Place
- Dr. Oz: Types of Serious Foot Pain & Wear Two Pairs of Shoes A Day
Dr. Oz has a great episode September 26, 2014, talking about the dangers of walk-in cosmetic procedures, the concerns of using a microwave in the kitchen, addictive fast food, and fixing foot problems. Check it all out below!
Dr. Oz: Walk-In Cosmetic Procedures
Many people across America are undergoing plastic surgery performed by people who are not trained or licensed. There’s a rising trend of places called “medi-spas”, which combine medical offices with relaxing spas. These medi-spas are hurting women and in some cases, women have died.
Dr. Oz will team up with investigative reporter Elisabeth Leamy to undercover the dangers of medi-spas.
Dr. Oz: Microwave Health Concerns
Remember that scene in American Hustle where Jennifer Lawrence’s character yelled at Bradley Cooper’s character for bringing a microwave into the house, because she said it damaged the nutritional value of food? It turns out she might’ve been right to destroy it. Are there real health concerns behind using a microwave? Dr. Oz will talk fact and fiction surrounding the microwave, including whether you should put plastic in.
Dr. Oz: Addictive Fast Food
Then it’s time for Dr. Oz to visit the Truth Tube to get to the bottom of fast food. It’s convenient and biologically addictive and everyone knows it’s bad for them. So why do we all keep going for the french fries and double cheeseburgers? Dr. Oz will talk to Lisa Lillien, the best-selling author of the Hungry Girl book series, to get to the bottom of this mystery.
Dr. Oz: Foot Problems
Do you suffer from aches and pains in your foot? Whether it’s an old sports injury, something that crept up over time, or associated with a health condition like diabetes, Dr. Oz will help you out with your foot pain and get you some real answers and relief.
You won’t want to miss Dr. Oz September 26, 2014!