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Dr. Oz 2/2/2012: Rosie O’Donnell Confesses All Today And Iron Chef Marc Forgione


February 2, 2012 By

Doctor Oz has Rosie O’Donnell on the show today and she is going to be confessing some of her deepest secrets and fears about her health and life. Rosie has struggled with weight for a long time just like a lot of us. How did outside events and family history play a part in her unhealthy lifestyle? How has she dealt with her demons in order to get her life back and live happier and healthier? Today she will tell us all about her successes and her failures in keeping her diet under control. Another special guest today is Marc Forgione and he is a star of the Iron Chef TV series. Look for Marc to share some great recipes to keep our taste buds satisfied without expanding our waist lines. Check your local listings for the air time of the show in your area. CMR will have a full recap of Dr. Oz today at 5pm eastern time for those of you that can’t watch.

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  1. Robyn Diehl says:

    I am very interested in this particular show. I have been on hormone replacement for 35 years and some of the Doctors want to take me off what I am taking. I refused. Now I am taking .625 mg and it is not enough.

    Since I have been on .625 mg I have grown hair in all the wrong places and have been putting on weight and I am very angry at times. I feel I need to get back to what I was on before the Doctor changed me. I was on 1.25 mg. for 33 years.

    I have had a lot of mamograms yearly since I was 45 years old and so far I am very healthy with no cancer or bad effects from taking the replacements. Except what I just mentioned. I have been on the .625 mg for 2 years and I am very unhappy. Why do you suppose that the Doctor changed my doseage?

    Thank you for reading my comment and if there is some way that Dr. Oz can explain my question I would be very happy to hear from him.
    Thank you very much. Robyn Diehl

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