Dr Oz February 12 2014
Recapo update: Here are the segments from this show.
- Dr Oz: Vegetarian Diet Weight Gain & Cutting Calories Diet Plan?
- Dr Oz: How Far Would You Go To Look Younger? Excessive Plastic Surgery
- Dr Oz: Turmeric IBS Remedy & Irritable Bowel Syndrome Vs Stomach Bug
- Dr Oz: Metamucil, Cold Hibiscus Tea + Cinnamon & Cloves Heart Health
- Dr Oz: Stress Reducing Food, Egg White Protein Smoothie & Paleo Snacks
Dr Oz talks a lot about dieting on his show, and that is in part because everyone has questions about healthy eating and the best ways to manage those cravings while still getting the nutrients we need for our bodies to work their best. Coming on the February 12 episode, he is going to delve into some Diet Myths Debunked to help you learn some surprising truths about your dietary habits, which may have been holding you back without you ever knowing it.
Dr Oz: Diet Myths Debunked
Oz does plenty of shows dedicated to health myths, but this time the spotlight is on dieting, which means we are all probably going to learn a few things we may not have known about calories, carbs, and choosing carefully when it comes to the small details.
Fad diets come along every other month, so how do you know which ones are for real? Do you find yourself sometimes snacking on foods late at night, well after the typically evening mealtime? What about the new trend of going vegan? There are all diet myths that Dr Oz will explore and debunk or confirm on his February 12 show this Wednesday, so be sure you don’t miss it.
Dr Oz: Extreme Cosmetic Surgery
What would you be willing to do to look younger? There’s probably more to that question if you are going to give an informed answer, but Dr Oz is also revealing some extreme cosmetic surgery stories on his next show.
Then, get segments about Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and stomach pain, as well as advice regarding anxiety and heart disease. I imagine we will be hearing something about food as medicine during this show, since it has a lot to do with dieting and disease topics. You never know when you might learn the tip that could change your perspective on food or health. Learn a lot in just one hour with Dr Oz this Wednesday, February 12.