‘Dr. Oz’ airs weekdays @ 4pm on WDAY/WDAZ. Show descriptions for the week of 10/10.
Monday October 10th: Today, Dr. Oz is tackling one of the most widespread addictions in America and the number-one reason most people cannot lose weight: carbohydrates. Celebrity trainer and transformation specialist Chris Powell is on set to teach YOU how to win the battle. After many successes on TLC and Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition, Chris returns to his hometown to help two Arizona natives, Kierra and Kursty (Queen Creek, AZ), effectively diet while still eating carbs. Then, are you eating right and exercising but still can’t lose weight? Dr. Oz reveals what organ could be responsible, giving Marianne (Cortland Manor, NY) and the entire audience the tools to understand their body’s signals. Sometimes a well-made cocktail hits the spot, but what if it also helped turn back the clock? For the first time ever, Dr. Oz pairs up anti-aging specialist, Tanya Edwards, M.D. (Cleveland Heights, OH), and professional bartender, Rob Turek (Lakewood, OH), to mix up age-defying cocktails. After that, learn how to banish your wrinkles with powerful Vitamin A, as Dianna and Carolyn (Cranford, NJ) compete in “Dr. Oz’s $500 Health Drop.”
Tuesday October 11th: She’s the queen of southern cooking, the maven of butter and the champion of rich and decadent dishes. America’s sweetheart, Paula Deen (Savannah, GA) sits down with Dr. Oz to talk about food, family, and her worst habit. Deen takes the challenge of reducing her two favorite dishes by half the calories and fat. Then, could your finger nails indicate that something is wrong inside your body? Dr. Oz and Cynthia (Brick, NJ) reveal three warning signs that your nails are sending about your health. If you can’t face the mirror without seeing every flaw, then Dr. Oz has a solution for you. Women’s Health Magazine contributor Dr. Keri Peterson (New York, NY) sits down with Dr. Oz to help Grete (Wantagh, NY) and Shelley (Jamaica, NY) prevent breakouts, wrinkles and cracked skin. After that, coffee can be like a prescription to prevent all kinds of diseases and conditions, and today Dr. Oz shares an added perk. Frances and Grimilda (Washingtonville, NY) are in the studio to discuss how you can prepare your coffee to rev up those health benefits even more.
Wednesday October 12th: Dr. Oz gives you five ways to recharge your body for a younger, smarter, faster you in just 5 days. Have you lost your libido? Are your eyes just not what they used to be? Dr. Oz is conquering what people are most afraid of losing as they age with guests Lisa, Stephanie (East Orange, NJ), Cheryl (Fork River, NJ) and Deborah (Yonkers, NY). Dr. Oz also reveals the six best foods to power up your memory with guests Karen (Marlboro, NJ) and Joan (Bay Shore, NY). A lack of sleep isn’t the only thing keeping your energy down. Dr. Oz discusses his super cure to fight exhaustion with guest Joy (Orefield, PA). There’s a new seed that is chockfull of health benefits, chia, and Dr. Oz talks about how it can conquer your cravings with guests Michele (Wayne, NJ) and Lindsey (Austin, TX). And if you enjoy salad, Dr. Oz has a special treat for you with the best salad toppings to keep your heart working strong with guests Jamila (Brooklyn, NY) and Josephine (Bronx, NY).
Thursday October 13th: Today, Dr. Oz discusses the controversial shot that appears to offer effects from the fountain of youth with Dr. Alex Martin, MD (Los Angeles, CA); Dr. Michael Aziz, MD and author of Perfect 10 (New York, NY); Dr. Stuart Weinerman, chief of Endocrinology at North Shore L-I-J (Lawrence, NY); Tanya (Staten Island, NY); Judy (Newport Beach, CA); and Stacy (West Hampton Beach, NY). Then, Dr. Oz discusses natural and safe ways to boost your growth hormone levels to feel younger with Madeline (New York, NY). Next, Dr. Oz reveals why your mucus changes color, texture and quality and why it may not be bad for your health with help from Kechia (Plainsboro, NJ). Then, Dr. Oz goes undercover to expose viewers for violating serious health rules with Donna (Florence, NJ), Jackie (Lodi, NJ) and Grace (Franklin Lakes, NJ). And viewers aren’t the only ones getting busted. Dr. Oz surprises audience member Louis, whose wife, Silvia (Poughquag, NY), is concerned that he drinks seven liters of soda a day. Can Dr. Oz cure Louis’s love for the sugary soft drink?
Friday October 14th: Dr. Oz wants to know: when was the last time you had great sex? Today, Dr. Oz is joined by Dr. Jen Ashton (Englewood, NJ) and comedienne Jessica Kirson (New York, NY) to discuss the shocking results of his national sex survey and to reveal how to revive the best sex of your life. Then, it’s typical to gain one pound a year, but by the time you’re ready for your 25th high school reunion, you’re going to be 25 pounds heavier than you were on graduation day. That is exactly what happened to Tamika (Philadelphia, PA), Chanane (Sharon Hill, PA) and Justine (Philadelphia, PA), who all sit down with Dr. Oz to discuss a simple 28-day plan to restore their high school physique before the big day. After that, do you want to reduce stress, look younger and feel better? The secret remedy may already be in your fridge. Dr. Oz is talking about the super healing powers of a household favorite: lemons. Natural Foods writer, Ashley Koff (Venice, CA), joins forces with Dr. Oz and audience member Cathy (Dike, TX) to reveal how this citrus super-fruit can reduce stress, rejuvenate skin and balance cholesterol.
‘Dr. Oz’ airs weekdays @ 4pm on WDAY/WDAZ.