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Dr. Oz Says Vegetarian Diets Tastes Just As Good As Meat

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, June 18th, 2012 in Food & Drink, TV Hosts.

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Dr. Oz is famous for helping millions of viewers across the nation adopt healthier eating habits. But while growing up, the TV doc and heart surgeon recalls he was nothing but a meat and potatoes eater. In an exclusive video for People Magazine, Oz explained how meeting his wife Lisa changed everything.

“I grew up eating a steak every night with mashed potatoes,” Oz told People. “It was a routine, kind of how my mom showed her love for me was to make that meal.”

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Dr. Oz Joel Fuhrman

Dr. Oz hosted Eat to Live author and member of the Physicians Commitee for Responsible Medicine, Dr. Joel Fuhrman on The Dr. Oz Show to discuss crash dieting.

Normally, crash diets are associated with loss of energy and regaining pounds, but the physician who advocates a plant-based diet approves of one plan that’s quick, but healthy.

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“The Chew” Features Dr. Oz Family Fried Rice Recipe

Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, May 11th, 2012 in Film & TV, Food & Drink, Recipes.

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The Chew had a Mother’s Day special episode, featuring visits from the women who brought some of our favorite celebrity cooks into the world, including Lisa Oz, wife of Dr. Oz and mother of Daphne Oz, co-host on The Chew and author of the vegetarian-friendly book, Dorm Room Diet.

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Robin Meade

Robin Meade, host of HLN’s Morning Express with Robin Meade, and Dr. Oz sat down to discuss how to go vegetarian the right way.

The right way isn’t substituting cheese sandwiches three times a day for burgers. And it’s not always about the veggies.

Dr. Oz suggests watching carbohydrates and incorporating lean, plant-based protein.

“I don’t want you to become a carbotarian,” Oz says.

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Dr. Oz has always welcomed vegan topics on his daytime television show, and next week on October 28, Oz will invite author, dietitian and Forks Over Knives consultant Julieanna Hever to discuss the benefits of a plant-based diet, as well as demonstrate several recipes from her book, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition.

According to the site from the publisher of her book, Hever will show the audience how to make the It’s Easy Being Green Smoothie, Noritos and Beans and Greens Chili.

Below is Hever demonstrating making Noritos, which are burritos made with seaweed wrap. Hever makes a Mediterranen, Japanese and Mexican version of this burrito twist.

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Dr. Oz Suggests A Veggie Burgers Taste Test

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, August 22nd, 2011 in Food & Drink, TV Hosts.

Dr. Oz and his health column partner Dr. Mike Roizen are dishing out some good advice for a family that wants to trim the animal fat from its diet.

A husband asks Oz and Roizen:

“Both my wife and I work late, so we often stop at fast-food places for our family dinners. We want to change this, but how will we get the kids to eat anything else now that they’re used to burgers and fries all of the time?”

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Mark Bittman “How To Cook Everything Vegetarian” App On iTunes

Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, April 29th, 2011 in Authors, Food & Drink, Tech.

After the successful launch of the How To Cook Everything app, Mark Bittman has released a similar app based on his completely meatless cookbook, How To Cook Everything Vegetarian.

Bittman is not only an established cookbook author, he’s also is a regular columinst for the New York Times who uses his platform to discuss issues on sustainable food, environment, health and animal welfare.

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Dr. Oz Nutrition Plan To Save Your Life

Written by Vegetarian Star on Wednesday, April 27th, 2011 in Food & Drink, Nutrition-Health-Fitness.

The Doctor Oz Show recently added an article on veganism to its website, just shortly before airing an episode devoted entirely to the diet.

In “The Nutrition Plan That Will Save Your Life,” three changes are advocated for preventing and reversing heart disease and reducing the risk of cancer.

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