Dr Oz February 11 2013 Recap
Dr. Oz unveiled some disturbing news on his February 11 2013 show about how food fraud happens every day in America. He went over how grocery stores could be selling you fake extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice that is watered down and they could be swapping out expensive fish for cheaper fish that could be making you sick. Find out what he suggests you do to make sure you are getting what you pay for.
Dr. Oz also went over the dangers of taking too much acetaminophen and how ibuprofen may triple your chance of a stroke when taken too often.
Dr Oz: Avoiding Food Fraud with Fish & Tilefish High Mercury Content
Dr. Oz talked with Beth Lowell who did an investigation into food fraud and found most of the time food fraud happens with fish. Dr. Oz went over which fish are usually switched and why it could be hazardous to your health.
Dr Oz’s Olive Oil Test, Avoiding Fake Olive Oil & Olive Oil vs Cocaine
Dr. Oz found out extra virgin olive oil is mostly fake when bought from the grocery store. He went over the best ways to avoid fake olive oil and revealed his extra virgin olive oil test. Click the link below to get the test and find out if you are using the real thing.
Dr Oz: Avoiding Fake Lemon Juice & Baking Soda Lemon Juice Purity Test
Olive oil and fish are not the only types of food fraud taking place. Dr. Oz revealed lemon juice is also something that isn’t entirely pure most of the time. Click the link below to find out how to measure the purity of your lemon juice.
Dr Oz: Acetaminophen Causes Liver Damage & Magnesium Headache Relief
Dr. Oz described how acetaminophen can be bad for your liver, how you could be overdosing on the medication slowly and he went over the best all natural headache relief.
Dr Oz: Ibuprofen Triples Risk of Stroke & Aspirin Stops Heart Attacks
Dr. Oz explained how Ibuprofen can cause water retention in the body and triple your risk of stroke if taken too frequently. He also suggested ways to find alternative medicines to help with pain and when over the benefits of aspirin.