Daphne Oz is an Emmy Award-winning television host, New York Times bestselling author, chef, and wellness expert. Together with Hilaria Baldwin, she hosts the popular parenting podcast Mom Brain. Oz also serves as Chief Innovation Officer at Pure Spoon, the US’s premiere organic fresh baby food delivery service.
As co-host of ABC’s daily talk show The Chew for its first six seasons, Daphne used her signature “happy and healthy” recipes to show viewers easy, delicious ways to invest in wellness for the whole family. She is currently one of four cohosts of The Dish on Oz, a weekly food and talk series airing Wednesdays on The Dr. Oz Show. Daphne is also a frequent contributor across all major television platforms, including regular appearances on The Today Show, The Rachael Ray Show, The Dr. Oz Show, The Wendy Williams Show, and Food Network.
In 2006, Oz wrote her national bestseller, The Dorm Room Diet: The 10-Step Program for Creating a Healthy Lifestyle Plan That Really Works, to share the tools she developed in college that helped her permanently shed over 30 pounds without ever giving up the foods she loves. She went on to author her New York Times bestseller, Relish: An Adventure in Food, Style, and Everyday Fun, a cookbook and all-around lifestyle guide full for achieving easy style at home and in her wardrobe, smart advice for career and happy relationships, and of course, delicious recipes that make health a priority and not an obsession. Her latest cookbook, The Happy Cook: 125 Recipes for Eating Everyday Like It’s the Weekend, is her ode to busy people and families everywhere, filled with healthy, comfort classics perfect for making even weeknight meals feel like a celebration.
The daughter of Dr. Mehmet and Lisa Oz, Daphne Oz is a 2008 graduate of Princeton University, a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and received her culinary degree from The Natural Gourmet Institute. In 2003, Oz helped found HealthCorps, a non-profit organization that provides nutrition, exercise and stress management education to teenagers in more than 50 schools nationwide.