Back to The Dr. Oz Show

I’m pretty excited this morning. Yesterday, I spent a good part of the day on the phone with producers from The Dr. Oz Show. We were talking about the links between stress, cortisol, and belly fat – which I’ve written about in several of my books (see below).


Last year, I appeared on The Dr. Oz Show to talk about having low testosterone (which often accompanies high cortisol) can lead to exhaustion. That show featured my book, The Secret of Vigor, that educates about balancing cortisol/testosterone to help you feel better (with higher “vigor”). Since that show, I’ve written articles for Dr. Oz’s ShareCare website and consulted with producers on numerous segments related to nutrition and dietary supplements (you could say that I’m a huge fan of Dr. Oz and his mission of educating people about health).


This coming Monday, I’m heading back to NYC to be with Dr. Oz again!


On Tuesday and Wednesday, we’ll film a show about cortisol and belly fat. The items that we’ll be discussing will include diet, exercise, supplements, and stress management techniques to help you control cortisol and lose stubborn belly fat.


I’m not sure when the show will air, but stay tuned to this blog for updates.


Here are the books that I’ll be bringing to the show (all related to stress, cortisol, belly fat, and vigor):


▪       The Secret of Vigor – How to Overcome Burnout, Restore Biochemical Balance, and Reclaim Your Natural Energy


▪       Killer at Large – Why Obesity is America’s Greatest Threat – an award-winning documentary film exploring the causes and solutions underlying the American obesity epidemic. FREE versions at


▪       The Cortisol Connection – Why Stress Makes You Fat and Ruins Your Health (Hunter House) – FREE text at


▪       The Cortisol Connection Diet – The Breakthrough Program to Control Stress and Lose Weight (Hunter House) – FREE text at


▪       Cortisol Control and the Beauty Connection – The All-Natural Inside-Out Approach to Reversing Wrinkles, Preventing Acne, And Improving Skin Tone (Hunter House) – FREE text at


Please also stay tuned for the February 1 release of my newest book, “The Vigor DietThe New Science of Feeling Your Best” – it goes on sale on Feb 1st (exclusively on with all proceeds to benefit the MORE Project children’s charity.


Thanks for reading,




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  1. Cathy

     /  January 26, 2013

    Looking fwd to the show and Orlando!!! Thx Doctor!

  2. Claudia Simpson

     /  January 27, 2013

    Doc Talbott will be on Dr. Oz again this time talking about stress and it’s effects on homeostasis (VIGOR)!! Stay tuned!! 2013 is the year!!

    Claudia Simpson “The amount of antioxidants you maintain in your body is directly proportional to how long you will live.” ~ Richard Cutler M.D., Director Anti-aging Research, National Institute of Health (NIH)

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