Dr Oz March 3 2016 Recap
Dr Oz spent a good portion of his show talking about artificial food dyes that are banned in other countries, but are still being used in the U.S., even after scientists linked them to behavioral issues in children. Then, he answered viewers’ most pressing questions about everything from ketchup to scooped bagels.
Dr Oz: Artificial Food Dye Concerns + Behavioral Issues In Kids
Are artificial food dyes truly harmful to our health? If so, why are they still being used in so many foods? Dr Oz learned more about chemical food dyes and their connection to behavioral issues and even ADHD in children. Plus, how to make sure you know if you’re buying a product with food dye.
Dr Oz: Ketchup Goes In The Fridge? + Salt Water Boils Faster?
Dr Oz then took questions from his viewers to help them solve common food problems. First, does ketchup belong in the fridge or is it okay to store in the pantry? Then, does salted water really boil faster?
Dr Oz: Can You Freeze Cheese? + Scooped Bagel Trend
Dr Oz continued answering common food questions, including whether it’s okay to freeze cheese if you want to make it last longer. Plus, more and more people are scooping out the doughy insides of their bagels, convinced it will save them noticeable calories. But are they wasting their time?