The Dr. Oz Green Drink and "You: Staying Young," an Anti-Aging Guide
After the runaway success of their first few books, doctors Michael Roizen and Mehmet Oz are back with a new guide to staying health and living longer with his Green Drink recipe.
You: Staying Young is the latest book from Oprah Winfrey's favorite doctors, who are also the authors of You: The Owner's Manual, You: The Smart Patient, and You: On a Diet.
In the book, doctors detail their claim that many of the effects of the aging process are not just preventable but even reversible with lifestyle changes, such as the Dr. Oz green drink recipe that they mentioned on the Oprah show. (The Dr. Oz green drink recipe contains ingredients such as spinach, parsley, ginger, and cucumber, which sounds very healthy... wonder how it tastes?)
Winfrey has in the past featured the two, and maintains a Web page for the "Dr. Oz diet" on her Web site.
You: Staying Young is also the name of the TV show Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen have created for the Discovery Health channel. In the TV show the doctors take an overweight middle-aged couple and help to put them on the road to better health with their recommendations. Presumably they couple got to sample the now-famous Dr. Oz green drink recipe... don't know if they liked it, but according to the stats provided by Dr. Oz, the couple improved their health dramatically after a couple of weeks following the guidelines of You: Staying Young.