Dr Oz: “Healthy” Sugar Side Effects + Companies Going Natural

Dr Oz September 28 2015 Recap

Dr Oz brought in Damon Gameau to talk about his movie “That Sugar Film” about his experiment with seemingly “healthy” sugar. Plus, Dr Oz shared what companies have decided to make their products more natural and therefor healthier, thanks to the repeated requests of consumers.

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Dr Oz: 40 Teaspoons Of Sugar A Day + “Healthy” Sugar Sources

Dr Oz: "Healthy" Sugar Side Effects + Companies Going Natural

Dr Oz talked to a man who found out first-hand what happens when you consume seemingly healthy foods that are actually loaded with sugar. (robertholf / Flickr)

Dr Oz talked to Damon Gameau about what happened he consumed 40 teaspoons of sugar a day for 60 days, only from seemingly healthy food. What did he learn that we don’t know? You’d be surprised at how much sugar you’re likely taking in each day!

–> Dr Oz: 40 Teaspoons Of Sugar A Day + “Healthy” Sugar Sources

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Dr Oz: General Mills, Nestle, & Kraft + More Natural Food Products

Dr Oz then explained that because so many people began begging for more natural ingredients, several corporations have made big changes to their popular products. Dr Oz shared what recognizable food products got a bit of a facelift.

–> Dr Oz: General Mills, Nestle, & Kraft + More Natural Food Products

Dr Oz: Struggling With Insecurities? + Plan To Build Self Esteem

Then, Dr Oz introduced everyone a mom named Jill who admittedly struggles with low self esteem, even though she knows she’s a wonderful mom, wife, and friend. Dr Oz shared a plan that can help her build up her self esteem and begin to feel like her confident self again.

–> Dr Oz: Struggling With Insecurities? + Plan To Build Self Esteem

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