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I agree, I think Dr. Oz gets a little goofy sometimes with the things he promotes. I wonder if some of those guests or companies pay to have him "advertise" their products (I hope that's not the case but I wonder.)
I did think that Dr. Oz was on target with the four cancer-prevention supplements: black raspberry, IP6, selenium, and Vitamin D-3. I wish he would have pointed out that we can get a bigger dose of IP6 by eating beans (legumes) than from pills. Beans are full of so many different cancer-fighting substances, all of us should eat them frequently.
I'm not familiar with raspberry ketones. I was away and missed that show.