Recapo Update: This episode of Dr. Oz has aired. Click the links below to find out how to prevent sepsis and to learn about Dr. Oz’s dairy free diet plan:
- Dr Oz: Black Spots a Sign of Sepsis & Sepsis Symptoms vs Flu Symptoms
- Dr Oz: Sepsis Symptoms & Sepsis Can Occur from Any Type of Infection
- Dr Oz: Lactose Intolerant Without Knowing & How to Strengthen Bones
- Dr Oz: 28 Day Plan to Go Dairy-Free & Castor Oil Lessens Wrinkles
Dr Oz April 19 2013 Preview
You may think your children are safe after getting a scrape on their knee or after they fall off their bike, but they may actually be in danger. On Dr. Oz’s newest episode, “Rogue Bacteria: When a Simple Infection Turns Deadly,” he is going over how something minor can turn into something serious and you might not even know the symptoms to look out for.
Also, Dr. Oz has a new plan that will keep you healthy and all it takes is ridding yourself of all dairy products.
Dr Oz: How To Prevent Sepsis
Not treating a small cut properly could be dangerous for your child and it could lead to more serious infections. Dr. Oz is going over how easy it can be for a child’s small cut to turn dangerous and how infection is around every corner.
Dr. Oz is sitting down with one family who almost lost their son to infection after he got a cut on his knee. Sepsis set in and the boy’s skin began to turn black before the parents ever realized his life was in danger.
Dr. Oz is talking with the family about the tragedy they went through and how flesh-eating bacteria can attack anyone, at any age, at any time. One expert even claims flesh-eating bacteria is one of the top 10 causes of death in the United States. Learn how to prevent sepsis before it starts.
Dr Oz’s Dairy-Free Plan
Dr. Oz is going over a brand new plan that could make you healthier than ever. Did you ever think dairy could be ruining your life? Dr. Oz is going to explain how dairy could be making you sick and his plan to help you get healthy again.
Make sure to tune in to Dr. Oz April 19 2013 to find out how to prevent sepsis before it attacks your family. If you miss any of the information, stop by Recapo tomorrow afternoon for a full recap.