Henrietta, N.Y. - Some call it "The Dr. Oz Effect."
Employees at local stores report a boom in business when Dr. Oz recommends a product on his talk show.
Oz often suggests products and remedies to treat everything from weight loss to diabetes.
When Dr. Oz talks, viewers like Dora Moore head to the store.
"I take notes," Moore said. "He'll say buy so-and-so, and it'll make you strong and healthy."
Moore said the tips offered on "The Dr. Oz Show" have led her to make changes about her diet and health.
"I've changed the milk we drink," Moore said. "I buy fish oil. I take calcium and I take Vitamin D with my calcium, because he says without Vitamin D, your calcium isn't absorbed."
Moore said her husband battles two chronic health problems. She said she pays close attention to what Dr. Oz recommends for her husband's conditions.
Wegmans spokesperson Jo Natale said Moore isn't alone.
"People listen to Dr. Oz, and we see evidence of that everyday," Natale said.
"The Dr. Oz Effect has led to sales of products like chia seeds, Kabucha tea, and the Asian hot sauce sriracha.
"We see the immediate effect," Natale said. "Oftentimes, we can't keep the product on shelves for a few weeks or even a couple of months."
Moore said she's compiled about 15 pages of notes from watching Dr. Oz. She said she consults those notes whenever she's battling a health problem.
"Just about everything I do is affected by what Dr. Oz says," Moore said.
"I have more energy than people probably half my age," the 77-year-old Moore said. "And I owe it all to what he tells me to do."
Dr. Oz airs weekdays at 4 p.m. on 13WHAM-TV.