Oz, whom Winfrey calls "America's doctor," talked up the anti-aging properties of resveratrol, a substance found in red wine. Oprah looked a tad skeptical as Dr. Oz, sitting in hospital scrubs and holding a bowl of green pills, described his belief that drinking red wine could substantially slow aging. To get enough resveratrol, however, you'd have to drink 24 bottles of wine a day. Or, you could just take a resveratrol pill. After appearing as Oprah's health expert for the past five years, the year-old Oz, director of the Cardiovascular Institute at Columbia University Medical Center in New York, is preparing to host his own daytime show produced by Oprah this fall.
From Mediterranean vineyards to the bottle rack in your kitchen, red wine has been enjoyed for centuries. You might be surprised to find that this sophisticated drink is loaded with anti-aging benefits for your body — inside and out. The dark skin and seeds of the grapes are rich in polyphenols, a type of antioxidant that includes resveratrol. They protect cell membranes and have anti-inflammatory properties.
Squeeze lemon juice into bowl and mix into an exfoliating paste. Verdict: It works! The acidic and antimicrobial properties of lemons, when combined with the abrasive properties of baking soda, can lighten your nails and leave them looking younger and healthier.
Best Syndication News. Best Syndication News Doctor Mehmet C Oz provided solutions to common problems women face after they turn 40 years old. Women complain about aching knees, memory problems and a reduced metabolism. Author and orthopedic physical therapist Peggy Brill provided a solution for throbbing knees. Inflammation can cause pain.