Dr.Os states he has staff of experts that research every topic b4 it is aired on his show. Do you really think a practicing cardiologist has time to do extensive research for the show? He continuously states he can't cook and vegan since that is the way his wife cooks. Dr Oz did not recommend raspberry ketones...a guest doctor on the show did per experience with her patients that were on the show too. Ppl are still looking for quick fix to replace diet, exercise, etc.
I am not crazy about show anymore....tried of this and that diet, supplements, etc. but the show airs value information sometimes. My swim buddies hubby kept experiencing tooth pain after exercising at gym. On his show about heart disease symptoms, Oz stated that this type of pain is heart, not tooth related and get to cardiologist. Friend's hubby saw cardiologist after show aired and had heart bypass surgery that saved his life.
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I haven't seen it on Dr. Oz. He's a pitch man, presenting what he's told. I lost faith when he was making some fruit snacks and he was asked why the lemon juice was added to the sliced bananas. He was obviously caught by surprise with the question and said, "it makes them taste better." Well, that's not what it's for, it's to slow down the browning of the bananas when they are exposed to air. From that point on, I realized that other people were coming up with stuff for the show, it's not from his "expertise." He's just sales-pitching the script. And he probably makes better money than he did with a medical practice.
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