Dr Oz February 13 2013 Recap
Dr. Oz was answering some of the most embarrassing health questions his audience had and he wasn’t even blushing. From helping a woman who has a problem with “moop” to a woman who experiences a “jogasm” when she goes running, Dr. Oz had the solutions for all the problems asked.
Dr. Oz also talked with Marilu Henner about how she was able to lose 50 pounds, why she thinks her vegan diet stopped her from getting menopause symptoms and she gave everyone some advice on improving their memory.
Dr Oz: Most Embarrassing Questions Answered & What Is Ghost Poop?
Dr. Oz was ready to tackle the most embarrassing health questions his audience had like dealing with mucous in poop, getting rid of butt boils and stopping yourself from having a jogasm. Click the link below to find out what a jogasm is.
Dr Oz: Food & Bridge Exercise Fight Belly Bloat & Sweat Harness Review
Dr. Oz went over the final two most embarrassing questions of all time and he gave everyone some great foods and an exercise you can do to beat belly bloat. He also revealed how he uses a Sweat Harness to stop his profuse armpit sweating.
Dr Oz: Marilu Henner Avoid Menopause Symptoms & Advocate For Hydration
Dr. Oz talked with Marilu Henner about why she believes her vegan diet helped her avoid menopause symptoms, how she was able to lose 50 pounds and why she believes hydration needs to be on the government’s food pyramid.
Dr Oz: Marilu Henner Food Combining & Eat “Wet” Foods With Every Meal
Dr. Oz listened as Marilu Henner told him the best kind of diet is a diet where you use the principles of food combining. Click the link below to find out what food combining is and for her explanation of what “wet” foods are.
Dr Oz Marilu Henner Biographical Memory & Total Memory Makeover Review
Marilu Henner revealed to Dr. Oz she is one of the very few people on earth who can recall every day of her life. She gave the audience some advice on strengthening their own memory and Dr. Oz shared how cartoons have been telling us to become healthier.