Recipes from the "Dr. Oz" show are available on the official website under the Recipes tab, as of March 2015. Each recipe has a small Print button near the top of the page, allowing users to produce a paper copy or save the information on a computer.Continue Reading
Since the website's large recipe database includes broadcasted and Web-only content, the page often includes an embedded video or link when the recipe was mentioned on a televised episode. The recipe pages also include an Email Shopping List button, making it easy for readers to access the ingredient information on a mobile device or send it to another person.
The "Dr. Oz" show and website frequently feature recipes from the Total Choice Plan, a weight loss regiment developed by Dr. Michael Roizen and nutritionist Kristin Kirkpatrick. Depending on the individual's activity level, health needs and age, the plan requires a daily intake of 1,200 or 1,600 calories, and the website provides a quiz to help readers determine which plan to follow. Total Choice content is designed to have a customized feel and emphasizes substituting ingredients in popular recipes, such as rice pilaf made from grated cauliflower or chili made from ground turkey.
Total 10 and the Burn are other diet and weight loss plans featured among the website's recipe articles. The website also has many recipe series based on healthy cooking concepts developed by celebrity chefs and nutritionists, such as Curtis Stone and Candice Kumai.Learn more about Cooking