Dr Oz: Healthy Way To Teatox
One of the most popular segments of the show so far in 2016 was Dr Oz’s investigation into teatoxes. He wanted to share an update on the expensive, prepackaged drink trend that seems to continually rise in popularity. He wanted to help his viewers get the benefits of tea, without getting scammed. Teatoxing was made popular by A-list celebrities who claimed it helped them lose weight. But the prepackaged cleanses were $40-90 for a 14-28 day cleanse. Not to mention many brands don’t even list their ingredients. The long-term effects of teatoxing can often be harmful.