Dr Oz January 30 2013
Dr. Oz January 30 2013 revealed you could be feeding yourself and your children a substance that was originally designed to be a flame retardant. He also revealed how BPA, which is located in many canned foods, has been linked to cancer and Acrylamide, a cancer-causing substance, has been found in numerous starchy foods we eat.
Dr. Oz also looked at an alternative form of medicine called reconnection healing therapy. Dr. Oz and the inventor of the therapy, Dr. Eric Pearl, discussed the benefits of the energy healing and did a demonstration to show how it works.
Dr Oz: Brominated Vegetable Oil, a Flame Retardent Used in Gatorade
Did you know you could be harming your child’s health when you give him a soda or a Gatorade? Dr. Oz revealed many soda drinks and sports drinks in America contain brominated vegetable oil, a chemical banned in over 100 countries and originally intended to be a flame retardant.
Dr Oz: Cancer-Causing Substance, Acrylamide, Found In Starchy Foods
Dr. Oz revealed we could be ingesting a cancer-causing substance called Acrylamide every time we eat french fries, potato chips and even toast. Click the link below to find out how you can lower your risk of ingesting this substance.
Dr Oz: BPA Linked To Cancer & Ways To Lower Risk Of BPA Exposure
Dr. Oz revealed a third substance which could be affecting your health in an adverse way. BPA has been linked to breast cancer and prostate cancer and can be found in numerous types of canned foods. Click the link below to find out how to lower your risk of BPA exposure.
Dr Oz: Reconnective Healing, No-Touch Healing To Cure Cerebral Palsy
Dr. Oz and Dr. Eric Pearl talked about the possible benefits of reconnective healing. Dr. Oz was skeptical of the method because of a lack of research but Dr. Pearl said it has cured two young boys of their cerebral palsy.
Dr Oz: Energy Healing Therapy To Balance the Body & Improve Mobility
Dr. Oz watched as Dr. Eric Pearl performed reconnective therapy on a woman with little mobility in her shoulders and elbows. Dr. Oz also gave his recommendation on whether he thinks the therapy works or not.