Lisa Oz: It's A Wellness Show That Empowers

Lisa Oz: It's A Wellness Show That Empowers

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Her husband has a TV show.  Her daughter has a TV show.  So why shouldn't Lisa Oz have a TV show?

Lisa has been married for 28 years to Dr. Mehmet Oz.  And one of her four children is Daphne Oz, the co-host of "The Chew" who just announced that she's going to have a baby.

"The Lisa Oz Show" is aimed at woman with an eye toward helping viewers improve the quality of their lives.  So how will her show differ from all the others?

"It's a wellness show.  And it has to be fun; if we tell you to do something that's not fun, you'll never incorporate your life."  Like yoga, Lisa explains. "We do fun yoga, not the be-sure-you're-facing-the-North-Star yoga.

Lisa Oa joins Steve Edwards and Maria Sansone on Good Day L.A.

Fun Facts About Lisa Oz:

  • She is an American producer, writer, actress, and frequent co-host of The Dr. Oz Show on Oprah & Friends' XM radio telecast.
  • Oz has co-authored three New York Times best-selling books, including the You: The Owner's Manual series.
  • She has been on The New York Times Best Seller list six times for her best selling books, including the US: Transforming Ourselves and the Relationships that Matter Most and the You: The Owner's Manual series.
  • Oz takes part in speaking engagements across the United States and the world on the subject of well-being and relationships. In 2011-2012 She collaborated with former Natural Law Party candidate Jeffrey M. Smith in narrating the documentary film Genetic Roulette - The Gamble of Our Lives asserting health risks from GMO foods used in support of a California ballot initiative in favor of GMO labeling.

(Source: Wikipedia)

‘The Lisa Oz Show' airs tonight on the Veria Living channel, which you can see here in L.A. on digital channel 49.4.

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