Dr Oz: Hulled Barley Review, Asthma & Commuting Stress Relief

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Dr Oz February 14 2014

If you have been sleeping in on the weekends to catch up or wonder why you can’t get full, Dr Oz had a wake-up call for you on his February 14 show. Learn more about Asthma, Commuting stress, and other hot topics from this show, including a Hulled Barley review.

Dr Oz: Sleeping In On Weekends, Green Tea Coffee Swap + Frozen Meals

Dr Oz: Hulled Barley Review, Asthma & Commuting Stress Relief

Dr Oz shared a Hulled Barley review of the grain he said is rich in fiber and could keep you full for up to 16 hours, on the Feb. 14 episode of his show.

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Dr Oz exposed some of the biggest health traps that women can fall for, explaining why to swap green tea for coffee and why not to sleep in on the weekends. Find out what he said you can do to turn the tide on these common areas of concern.

Dr Oz: Sleeping In On Weekends, Green Tea Coffee Swap + Frozen Meals

Dr Oz Hulled Barley Review: How To Use Whole Barley & Hulless Barley

Hulled Barley, sometimes called Whole Barley or Hulless Barley, is Dr Oz’s favorite new natural appetite suppressant, keeping you full up to 16 hours. How does it work for real women, and what do you need to know to cook it?

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Dr Oz: What is Hulled Barley? How To Use Whole Barley & Hulless Barley

Dr Oz: Aromatherapy & Classical Music Commuting Stress Relief

Commuting can be the most frustrating part of your day, which can take a toll on your stress level and health. Get the natural remedies even Dr Oz needs!

Dr Oz: Aromatherapy & Classical Music Commuting Stress Reduction

Dr Oz: Is It a Cold or Asthma? Symptoms + Avoid Asthma Triggers

Is it a cold or asthma? Though the symptoms can be similar, Dr Oz explained what is happening on the inside and how to avoid triggers in the first place. You might learn something new about how Asthma works:

Dr Oz: Is It a Cold or Asthma? Symptoms + Avoid Asthma Triggers

Dr Oz Family Food: Orange Fiber Foods, Vitamin C & Vitamin A Carrots

Dr Oz played a game of Family Food, challenging two families in a healthy quiz challenge about orange colored fiber, Vitamin C, and Vitamin A sources. The Chew‘s Carla Hall is also a part of the fun and games.

Dr Oz Family Food: Orange Fiber Foods, Vitamin C & Vitamin A Carrots

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