Dr. Memet Oz is television's most popular doctor. His syndicated daytime TV show titled "The Dr Oz Show" has received the highest ratings for a health-based show in the past ten years. His affable style, focus on healthy living and content-focused shows attract millions of viewers weekly.
However, there is a side to Dr. Oz and the advice he dispenses that has not been exposed until now. The acclaimed watchdog group Web Fraud Squad has uncovered a number of disturbing facts about Dr. Oz's show and his personal beliefs that call into question the legitimacy of the advice he dispenses on his show.
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Web Fraud Sqaud's investigative team and their private investigators, have obtained startling evidence that Dr. Oz is staging and faking certain portions of his show in a cynical bid for ratings. In addiction. Dr. Oz owns stock in a number of companies implicated in the continuing declining health of the average American, including the oft-criticizing Monsanto corporation. Dr. Oz has now fully endorsed GMO and non-organic foods, suggesting his monetary affiliations may be compromising his objectivity.