Dr Oz May 24 2012
Summer is almost here, and to make sure we’re all prepared, the Dr Oz Summer Survival Guide pulled out all the stops. He shared advice for handling minor insect annoyances and major medical emergencies. Plus, he offered sunscreen reviews and summertime recipes that will keep you enjoying fresh favorites without breaking your diet.
Dr Oz: Lemon Eucalyptus Mosquito Repellent
Your next picnic or barbecue could be endangering your family without you even knowing it. Learn how to keep summer foods safe. Plus, the dos and don’ts of ticks and bees, and how to deal with dehydration or exhaustion in the heat.
Dr Oz Sunscreen Review: Solar Sense, Nia 24, Neutrogena & L’Oreal
Dr Oz exposed the shocking truths about sunscreen products. Find out how the labels are actually misleading you, and what to really look for when evaluating the best products to protect your family. An expert dermatologist shared her recommendations with Dr Oz.
Dr Oz: Resistant Starch Powder Smoothie & Sweet Potato Hummus
The lazy days of summer can bring on a wide variety of snacking temptations. Let the Dr Oz Summer Survival Guide teach you how to avoid the bad stuff and the treats you can create to fill you up with fiber and other good ingredients. Don’t let summer bust your diet.
Dr Oz: Reishi Mushroom Extract, L-Carnosine & Lycopene Supplements
Protect your skin from the inside out and have more energy to chase the kids around all summer. The days are getting longer, and you need to be able to keep up, so check out the supplements suggested by Dr Oz.
Dr Oz Tea Diet
There’s nothing more relaxing and refreshing than sitting by the pool and sipping on a fresh glass of iced tea. But what if you could make teas that are designed to keep your metabolism fired up, even while you’re laying out? Get the recipes for all your favorite iced teas in the conclusion to the Dr Oz Summer Survival Guide.