Dr Oz March 1 2013 Recap
Laxative abuse in America is something of a hidden danger in society. Not many people know about the excessive abuse of laxatives to lose weight and Dr. Oz wanted to change that. Dr. Oz March 1 2013 went over the dangers of laxative abuse as he tried to help one woman who has been taking 30 to 40 laxative pills each day.
Dr. Oz also commissioned Harvard Medical School, the Canyon Ranch Spa and the Culinary Institute of America to come up with best home remedies they could think of for under $5. From sore back remedies to $5 meals that are healthy and delicious, Dr. Oz and these companies teamed up to bring you some great home remedies.
Dr Oz: Laxative Addiction & Abuse Lead To Laxative Weight Loss Danger
Dr. Oz talked about the damage laxatives can have on the body when they are being abused. He also talked with one woman who lost almost 200 pounds using laxatives, which lead to a laxative addiction, a divorce and a devastated body. Click the link below to find out if Dr. Oz was able to help her.
Dr Oz: Laxative Abuse Destroys Organs & Getting Laxative Abuse Help
Dr. Oz went over the effects of laxative abuse on the brain, colon and heart. He also talked with another woman who has been taking numerous laxatives each day. With the assistance of an expert, Dr. Oz tried to get the woman help.
Dr Oz: Home Remedy Recipe For Back Pain, Sore Throat & Bad Breath
Dr. Oz enlisted the help of numerous prominent institutions to come up with the best home remedies they could with a price tag below $5. Although Dr. Oz set the bar pretty high, the places he commissioned for health remedies came through. Click the link below to find out what they are.
Dr Oz: Gram Flour Facial Mask Recipe, Dry Lip Remedy & Almond Oil Wrap
Dr. Oz had even more $5 or less home remedies and all of them will keep you looking young. From a gram flour facial mask to lip brushing, Dr. Oz had all the best remedies for wrinkles.
Dr Oz: Veggie Pasta Pie Recipe & Viewer Bowling Challenge On the Wii
Dr. Oz and the Culinary Institute of America teamed up to make a veggie pasta pie recipe that costs under $5 and only has 400 calories per serving. Can you get any better than that? Click the link below to get the recipe.