Dr Oz Recap May 17 2013
Dr. Oz started his show today by testing America’s Wackiest Health Trends and some of them work, but some are a total waste of money. Dr. Oz and his guests weighed in on Fecal Transplants, the new Purple-Colored Food Diet, and Vibrating Exercise Machines so you can decide which ones are worth your time and which ones you should avoid. Mary Roach joined Dr. Oz to answer crazy health questions, including whether your stomach can explode from eating too much and if a person can die from constipation. The answers to both might surprise you! You also do not want to miss Dr. Oz’s new protein eating recommendations because chances are you are not getting enough in your diet every day!
Dr Oz: Do Vibrating Exercise Machines Work & Purple Food Diet Review
Dr. Oz revealed the wackiest health trends that are sweeping the nation and he and his expert guests tested them all out to see which ones are worth your money and which are a total waste of your time. Keep reading to find out if you can really lose weight using a Vibrating Exercise Machine and to learn if a diet of purple foods is healthy.
Dr Oz: The Most Dangerous Food to Eat & Did Constipation Kill Elvis?
Dr. Oz and Mary Roach answered audience members’ crazy health questions, including whether or not your stomach can explode from eating too much. What do you think? Could it be possible? Also, learn the dangerous health risk associated with constipation and find out the real cause of Elvis Presley’s death!
Dr Oz: Whey Protein Powder Review & Aspirin Bug Bite Remedy
Dr. Oz gets a lot of questions about how much and what kinds of protein to eat, so he decided to share his new recommendations to help you get the healthiest amount of these important foods into your body every day. He shared surprising sources of protein throughout the grocery store as well as his family’s protein secret that you will want to add to your next shopping list! Keep reading to learn how to remove chlorine from your hair after swimming in a pool!
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