Dr. Oz: Death Travelers, Caffeine Addiction & The Truth About Omegas

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Dr. Oz September 18, 2014 Recap

Dr. Oz had a great episode September 18, 2014, talking about issues as varied as what happens to us when we die, the truth about omegas, how to reduce our dependence on caffeine, how to know when you’re addicted to coffee, and the top 5 fall favorite foods. Check it out below!

Dr. Oz talked to a woman with a severe caffeine addiction and tried to help her kick coffee. (Vorobyeva / Shutterstock.com)

Dr. Oz talked to a woman with a severe caffeine addiction and tried to help her kick coffee. (Vorobyeva / Shutterstock.com)

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Dr. Oz: What Happens To Us After We Die? Visions Of The Afterlife

Dr. Oz talked to Judy Bachrach, who has talked to almost 100 people who have died and come back from the other side with new memories and experiences with spirits. Is there an afterlife?

Dr. Oz: What Happens To Us After We Die? Visions Of The Afterlife

Dr. Oz: The Truth About Omegas & Why Do We Need Four Different Omegas?

Dr. Oz talked about the truth about omegas today on the show, highlighting the importance of Omega-3, Omega-5, Omega-7, and Omega-9. 

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Dr. Oz: The Truth About Omegas & Why Do We Need Four Different Omegas?

Dr. Oz: How To Reduce Dependence On Caffeine & How Much Can We Have?

Dr. Oz talked to a woman who was worried about her dependence on caffeine, which has caused pre-cancerous damage in her esophagus and caused her to have terrible sleep.

Dr. Oz: How To Reduce Dependence On Caffeine & How Much Can We Have?

Dr. Oz: How Do You Know You’re Addicted To Caffeine? Coffee Detox

Dr. Oz enlisted the help of an addiction specialist to help Tracy kick her caffeine addiction, starting with reducing her coffee intake by 25 percent every week

Dr. Oz: How Do You Know You’re Addicted To Caffeine? Coffee Detox

Dr. Oz: Top Food Favorites: Pears, Beets, Winter Squash & Broccoli

Dr. Oz shared his Top 5 Fall Food favorites, including butternut squash, winter squash, pears, broccoli, and beets. 

Dr. Oz: Top Food Favorites: Pears, Beets, Winter Squash & Broccoli

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