Dr Oz June 6 2013 Recap
Have you ever heard of IV vitamin therapy? Dr. Oz looked at the controversial procedure during his June 6 2013 episode and he gave his recommendations on whether to have the procedure done or not. He also invited a pharmacist on his show to bust some medication myths and to reveal some of the best apps that tell you when you need to fill your prescription. He also shared his vitamin cocktail recipe with the audience.
Dr. Oz: Is IV Vitamin Therapy Safe & Meyers Cocktail Risks vs. Benefits
Dr. Oz looked at the controversial use of IV vitamin therapy saying it could be dangerous because one session gives a person 188 times the amount of vitamin C they should be getting. There are more hidden dangers behind the procedure and Dr. Oz revealed them all.
Dr Oz: Vitamins for Fibromyalgia & IV Vitamin Therapy Allergy Warning
A few of the reasons people have IV vitamin therapy done is to cure chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia but Dr. Oz said it could be more dangerous than people than thought because of the potential for allergic reaction. Click the link to read what Dr. Oz recommended for anyone considering this procedure.
Dr Oz: Vitamin Cocktail Recipe & Vitamin B12 Spray Benefits
Dr. Oz went over the best ways to get vitamins in your body, like through a B12 spray or, even better, through your diet. He also shared his vitamin cocktail recipe with the audience saying it is the perfect drink to give you all the vitamins you need each day.
Dr. Oz: Walgreens Pharmacy Pill Reminder App & Medication Myths
Walgreens pharmacist Staci Woodcock stopped by the show to debunk some medication myths and to go over some of her favorite health apps. Do you need help remembering when to fill your prescription? There’s an app for that.
Dr Oz: Healthy Shrimp Taco Recipe & The Quick and Clean Diet Review
Dr. Oz talked with the author of The Quick and Clean Diet, Dari Alexander, about her new diet plan and how it should be implemented at home. Also, you won’t believe some of the top searched health-related topics on Google. Click the link below to find out what they are.