Dr Oz Recap May 29 2014
Dr. Oz kicked off this episode by debunking diet myths you most likely believe to be true. Learn if becoming a vegetarian will help you shed pounds and see if eating in the evening causes weight gain. Next, Dr. Oz speaks to a woman whose cosmetic surgeries landed her in the Guinness Book of World Records. Also, Dr. Oz shares no-pill ways to lower your risk for heart disease. Lastly, Dr. Oz reveals foods to reduce your anxiety and alleviate your stress.
Dr Oz: Eating At Night + How Cutting Calories Prevents Weight Loss
Dr. Oz debunks diet myths and reveals a few things that might just shock you! Learn if being a vegetarian could increase weight loss and find out why eliminating too many calories might be more harmful than healthy.
Dr Oz: Body Dysmorphic Disorder & Danger Of Too Much Cosmetic Surgery
Dr. Oz talked to a woman who achieved a Guinness World Record because she got a large number of cosmetic procedures, but were they worth the health risk? See what Dr. Oz has to say when he talks to Dr. Drew Pinsky about the possible risk for Body Dysmorphic Disorder.
Dr Oz: Turmeric IBS Remedy & Tips To Lower Blood Pressure Naturally
Dr. Oz reveals how to differentiate between a stomach illness and IBS symptoms as well as the best way to treat them both. Plus, Dr. Oz explains how to lower your chance for getting heart disease without taking pills. Keep reading to learn how cinnamon and cloves lower blood pressure!
Dr Oz: Best Foods That Reduce Stress & Dark Chocolate Hot Cocoa Review
Dr. Oz explains how certain foods can help ease your anxiety and relieve your stress, so grab a pen because you will want them on your next shopping list. He also shares what foods are best for getting your daily dose of Vitamin C along with a soothing drink that will calm your nerves.