11.19.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Recap: Reducing risk of dementia goes beyond cognitive drills, includes singing & turmeric tea (11/19/14)

Nov 19, 2014

The Dr. Oz Show has always been on the lookout for ways to educate the public on reducing the risks of developing critical diseases. Today, with the help of Dr. Sanjay Gupta (photo in this recap), it was established that dementia is all about the reduction in overall brain activity. This is why cognitive or mental exercises alone cannot reduce the risk; it also entails a broader set of activities that challenge the entire brain and some of these include singing, aerobic exercises and drinking turmeric tea. Find out more in our recap of this topic. Dementia was one of…

11.18.14 the voice

The Voice Recap: Scales tip to Team Adam‘s favor in top 10; Ella Henderson performs (11/18/14)

Nov 18, 2014

Tonight’s magic number on The Voice is 10 as the number of artists is cut down by 2 based on the public votes. Complete power was given to the fans as they decided who to save from those who figured in the bottom 3 via the Instant Save voting method on Twitter. The show started with all 4 teams on equal footing but after the top 9 artists have been named, it’s clear that Team Adam is now at the top of the game not only for escaping the risk of elimination but for having Matt McAndrew (photo in this…

11.18.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Recap: Consumer Reports’ study affirms high arsenic content in brown rice (11/18/14)

Nov 18, 2014

The Dr. Oz Show raised the alarm on arsenic levels found in one of the staple foods in the world: rice. Based on the results of a study conducted by Consumer Reports, brown rice has higher arsenic content than its white counterpart and this proves to be a big concern as health experts endorse brown rice for better health. Find out more details in our recap on this topic. Major points of study. According to Urvashi Rangan (photo in this recap) from Consumer Reports, two major points can be gleaned from her organization’s study which started in 2012: one, that…

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The Voice Recap: Craig Wayne Boyd’s melodious performance evokes nostalgia (11/17/14)

Nov 17, 2014

The Voice’s Top 12 performances tonight were an assortment of the good and great. At this point of the live shows, the artists who will find themselves catapulted to high rankings come results show are the ones who provide the most authentic renditions of popular songs while giving their signature sound. Among those who performed, Team Blake’s Craig Wayne Boyd (photo in this recap) rose to the occasion with a melodious sound that evoked a lot of nostalgia, proving himself to be an effective singer who can relay personal sentiments through music. Until tonight, Craig was more or less at…

11.17.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Recap: Correctly interpreting your cravings to nourish your body (11/17/14)

Nov 17, 2014

Today, The Dr. Oz Show channelled its resources in addressing what our bodies are telling us when we crave for sinful food, whether it be sweets, fried, salty and carbohydrates. Dr. Oz and his guest dietician, Ashley Koff, both stressed out that part of keeping in synch with our bodies is knowing the right kind of essential nutrients that give us energy through the day without succumbing to the negative impacts of junk food. Koff stated that while our cravings seem to come out of nowhere, we need to understand that these signify a deficiency in a particular building block…

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11.21.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Recap: Water & protein bars are essential items for emergencies (11/21/14)

The Dr. Oz Show had weatherman Sam Champion sharing his tried and tested survival guide as America heads for another extreme winter season. Scientists have already observed deep columns of artic air moving into the country and the entire eastern region is expected to experience below average temperatures. In the event of snowstorms, Champion’s most useful tip is to stack up on water and protein bars. Find out more in our recap on this topic. Champion’s winter survival guide is an accumulation of his experiences of being out even during extreme weather conditions. You can say that these are practical…

11.20.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Recap: Radical & restrictive Whole30 diet devoid of cheats, grains, legumes & dairy (11/20/14)

Re-setting one’s relationship with food only takes 30 days. This was the biggest claim by Whole30 founders Dallas and Melissa Hartwig on The Dr. Oz Show when they discussed the merits of their diet program. There’s nothing scientific about 30 days but the Hartwigs believe that this period of time is a generally achievable goal for people who want to reclaim their healthy habit of food intake, fully emphasizing that this is more than just another fad diet. Whole30 is radical and restrictive as it eliminates cheat days, grains, legumes and dairy from one’s diet and replaces such with whole,…

11.19.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Recap: Reducing risk of dementia goes beyond cognitive drills, includes singing & turmeric tea (11/19/14)

The Dr. Oz Show has always been on the lookout for ways to educate the public on reducing the risks of developing critical diseases. Today, with the help of Dr. Sanjay Gupta (photo in this recap), it was established that dementia is all about the reduction in overall brain activity. This is why cognitive or mental exercises alone cannot reduce the risk; it also entails a broader set of activities that challenge the entire brain and some of these include singing, aerobic exercises and drinking turmeric tea. Find out more in our recap of this topic. Dementia was one of…

11.18.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Recap: Consumer Reports’ study affirms high arsenic content in brown rice (11/18/14)

The Dr. Oz Show raised the alarm on arsenic levels found in one of the staple foods in the world: rice. Based on the results of a study conducted by Consumer Reports, brown rice has higher arsenic content than its white counterpart and this proves to be a big concern as health experts endorse brown rice for better health. Find out more details in our recap on this topic. Major points of study. According to Urvashi Rangan (photo in this recap) from Consumer Reports, two major points can be gleaned from her organization’s study which started in 2012: one, that…