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AMERICA'S DOCTOR: The Dr. Oz Podcast

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Dr. Oz's honest, direct interview style, always anchored in health and wellness, has spotlighted hundreds of incredible stories from the health and wellness game changers of our time. From Deepak Chopra diving into the ancient wisdom and practical techniques surrounding mindfulness and meditation, to exploring some of the most powerful health secrets with the world’s most renowned physicians such as Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Oz's show draws extraordinary lessons from extraordinary lives, always showing how we can integrate them into our own.
128 Episodes
She’s one of the most famous former Playboy playmates in the world...and he’s a renowned Rabbi and spirituality expert. In this interview, Pamela Anderson and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach sit down to talk with Dr. Oz to talk about - you guessed it - sex.  Do you know how to rekindle intimacy and passion in your relationship? Learn more about your ad-choices at
Deepak Chopra is one of the most profound voices in modern medicine. He’s on the front lines of bringing new ideas, different medicine traditions, and novel ways of healing to the masses. In this final episode of season 2, Chopra sits down with Dr. Oz to ask him about the way he views the marriage of spirituality and medicine around the world. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Dr. Josh Axe is on a mission to transform healthcare with the power of food. He’s a bestselling author and and in this interview, he shares the details on his brand new book, “The Collagen Diet.”  He reveals how you can find collagen in simple foods found in the grocery store and what he calls the next big trend in natural healing. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Andrew Weil, one of the most influential doctors in America, is known as a pioneer of integrative medicine who has always advocated for a natural approach to healthcare that focuses on healing and overall wellness.  In this episode, Dr. Weil is weighing on everything from matcha tea to psychedelics, even issuing a warning about one of the biggest viral health trends that he says everyone needs to hear.  For more, check out: and Learn more about your ad-choices at
In the final episode of a four part series, Dr. Peterson explains how hierarchies can be organized to encourage people to succeed. He also breaks down the fundamental differences between men and women, and why recognizing these differences can help bring us all closer together. Learn more about your ad-choices at
In the third episode in this series with Dr. Oz and Jordan Peterson, they discuss the growing fascination behind the true crime genre. Dr. Peterson breaks down the psyche of some of the most depraved and dangerous minds, and helps us understand the truth behind nurture version nature: do we all have the ability to be evil? He also shares his thoughts on politics and the financial world. Learn more about your ad-choices at
She’s known for her straight talk and unfiltered candor. Angela Yee is not afraid to speak her mind on “The Breakfast Club” every morning, delighting millions of listeners across the country. In this interview, Angela is using her voice in a different way, to speak out about cause that’s close to her heart and to reveal the motivation behind her brand new project. Learn more about your ad-choices at
He is one of world's top memory experts, Jim Kwik, founder of “Kwik Learning” and host of “The Kwik Brain Podcast,” is a celebrity brain coach to notables that include Elon Musk, Will smith, even the cast of The X-Men.  In this interview, Jim shows everyone the “kwik” and simple ways they can boost their brain power and increase their memory. Learn more about your ad-choices at
On May 6, 1993, three eight-year-old boys - Stevie Branch, Michael Moore, and Christopher Byers - were found murdered. While there were no witnesses, DNA evidence, or concrete leads that connected Damien Echols and his two friends Jessie Misskelley, Jr. and Jason Baldwin (known as the West Memphis Three), police arrested them anyway - some say simply because of the way they looked. It became one of the biggest murder trials of our time, and after being sentenced to die from lethal injection, Damien Echols was released after serving eighteen years on death row. In this interview, he and his wife Lorri (who married him while he was still behind bars) are speaking out on life after being sentenced to die, and why he may truly never be free. Learn more about your ad-choices at
In this second episode of an ongoing series between Dr. Oz and Jordan Peterson, they deep dive into the topic of becoming better versions of ourselves. From the steps we can take to lead a virtuous life, to managing disappointment and envy, this interview helps us all understand how the small changes we make to ourselves have a ripple effect onto the world. Learn more about your ad-choices at
He’s the man who knows no limits. From being one of the most iconic daytime TV hosts to becoming one of the highest profile trailblazers in the advocacy for medical marijuana, Montel Williams has always been ahead of the times on the topics that matter most. In this interview, he’s opening up about a health scare that almost changed his life forever, and what’s next in his mission to empower people to take control of their own health.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
Money: It’s a stressful and often taboo topic that makes many people uncomfortable to even talk about. But New York Times bestselling author Nicole Lapin and Entrepreneur Magazine editor-in-chief Jason Feifer say that’s the very problem, and one of the biggest reasons why so many people are in debt and suffer from money anxiety. In this interview, no topic is off limits. Jason and Nicole debate the touchiest finance topics from their brand new podcast “Hush Money.” Learn more about your ad-choices at
Are you living in constant clutter? Renowned happiness expert and New York Times bestselling author Gretchen Rubin is weighing in on the best way to order your home to make room for happiness without having to purge your entire life in her new book “Outer Order, Inner Calm.” Learn more about your ad-choices at
From an award-winning documentary to international fame, the Siegel family seemed to have it all. Jackie Siegel, known as the “Queen of Versailles,” and her family made international headlines for building their Florida mega-mansion with the hope that it would be the biggest house in the country.  Ten years later, their dreams came crumbling down when the financial crisis hit and brought construction to a halt. But that was nothing compared to the nightmare that would follow. In June 2015 their daughter Victoria had died of an overdose of methadone and antidepressants. In this interview, Jackie explains why she has made it her mission to speak out against the opioid crisis in America and how she plans on keeping the memory of her daughter alive.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
Is there really a fountain of youth? Well, not exactly… but renowned cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Steven Gundry has come pretty close to cracking the code to living longer and healthier.  In this interview, he’s pulling back the curtain on the secrets of those who look and feel young at any age, and what everyone can do starting right now. He's the author of the book "The Longevity Paradox: How to Die Young at a Ripe Old Age." Learn more about your ad-choices at
Her story is one of resilience. Fox & Friend’s anchor and meteorologist Janice Dean has always found the silver lining in every cloud, no matter what challenge she faced. In this interview, Janice is here to reveal the truth about the stormy days of her past in her new book Mostly Sunny: How I Learned to Keep Smiling through the Rainiest Days. Learn more about your ad-choices at
He’s a legendary criminal profiler and the inspiration behind the hit Netflix series, “Mindhunter.” John Douglas has sat across the table from some of the most notoriously evil killers of our time from Charles Manson to the Son of Sam. He’s interviewed several hundred violent offenders and personally investigated or supervised over 5,000 violent crime investigations. In this interview, Douglas reveals his unique insight into his profiling process and explains how he’s helped identify and capture some of America’s most depraved minds and dangerous criminals. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Dr. Dean Ornish is a pioneer in lifestyle medicine who is challenging and changing the status quo of how we treat disease — arguing we all have the power to transform our fate simply by the choices we make every single day. Dr. Ornish has been a driving force and inspiration to Dr. Oz since his early days in medical school. In this interview, Dean and his wife Anne join Dr. Oz to reveal how we can all press our inner “undo button” for better health with advice from their new book “Undo It: How Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Reverse Most Chronic Diseases.” Learn more about your ad-choices at
Dorinda Medley stars in the hit reality show, “The Real Housewives of New York City” and recently announced her brand new SiriusXM radio show “Make it Nice.” She’s known for her quick wit, sunny demeanor, and the ability to wear her heart of her sleeve… no matter what.  In this interview, Dorinda opens up about her life off-screen and what’s given her strength and courage during some of her darkest days.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
He’s not exactly who you’d expect to be touting the benefits of meditation, but ABC News’ Dan Harris has been through hell and back, and has the power of mindfulness to thank for coming out the other side even stronger than before. In this interview, Harris spreads his wisdom on how we can all become 10 percent happier and shares his journey on the rocky spiritual road that led him to who he is today. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Comments (4)

Barbara D. Gun

I enjoyed watc his show you learn so much by watching his show.ever since his started I have watched it and follow him took his suggestion. and I'm glad I did.

Aug 30th

Anndréa Coburn

Such a great show, really interesting topics & information from the leaders of their fields. I do have to say... I find the woman on this show, Lisa I think, very frustrating. That being said, I'm sure there are many who would disagree and say it's probably just me haha. Anyways thanks for a great show, can't wait to listen to more!

Oct 7th

Jobin Scaria

thanks Dr Oz, for bringing Dr Peterson... love from India... try to get him again on another subject soon. it's fun to hear both of you together

Oct 3rd

Kara Reichert

Watch the Last Week Tonight segment about Dr. Oz before you buy any of his nonsense. This man is a charlatan and should not be trusted.

Jun 24th
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