Dr Oz December 11 2012
Dr Oz December 11 2012 featured a controversial discussion questioning everything you thought you knew about Cholesterol. Find out why two doctors claim our Cholesterol Myths have nothing to do with heart disease. They also shared alternative treatment ideas. Then, get Dr Oz viewers’ favorite advice in a first-ever Doctor Oz competition.
Dr Oz: HDL Vs LDL Cholesterol & Cholesterol Myths
Do you know the difference between HDL vs LDL Cholesterol? The authors of The Great Cholesterol Myth had Dr Oz explain the two types. Then they discussed why they think we are treating the issue of cholesterol all wrong in our current healthcare environment. Find out why.
Dr Oz: Statin Drugs Side Effects in Women & Statin Drug Alternatives
Dr Oz let the authors explain their concerns about recent data surrounding the side effects of Statin Drugs used to treat high cholesterol. Find out why they may be especially dangerous for children and women.
Dr Oz: Anti-Inflammatory Diet Heart Disease Prevention Food List
What can you do instead of taking statin drugs to improve your heart health? Find out the foods that Dr Oz and the guests recommended picking up at the grocery store as part of an anti-inflammatory diet.
Dr Oz: LDL Cholesterol Particle Size Test Cost & Sugar Vs Cholesterol
If you are concerned about being prescribed a statin medication, there is another step you can take first. Find out about the Cholesterol Particle Size Test to learn whether it would be a good step for your medical evaluation before going on long term medication.
Dr Oz: Cinnamon Nutmeg Body Wash & Energy Boosting Drink Recipe
What do Dr Oz viewers say are their favorite tidbits of advice from hundreds of episodes. Three teams of two shared their favorite tips from over the years.
Dr Oz: Lingonberry, Lycopene & Disease Fighting Foods
Doctor Oz put his fans to the test with a quiz challenge about some of his advice with video clips from past episodes. Find out if you have the disease fighting foods from the quiz in your kitchen. Then, learn the name of Dr Oz’s favorite Bruce Springsteen song.