Dr Oz Grocery List: Using Dairy To Reduce Your Butt
Dr Oz’s grocery list is no simple feat. There are unique health foods that you’ve never heard of, and ones that he uses on the regular. He’s gone into snacks, and now it’s time to look at your body fat. He’s using dairy and foods that improve metabolism to give you a boost.
Dr Oz: Mini Babybel Light Cheese
Babybel is a familiar brand. You often see the laughing cow or “Have You Laughed Today?” ads. Dr Oz said that hype on these babies is all true. Mini Babybel Light Cheese are snack sized for on the go. Eating one wheel of Babybel a day in place of your other snack is a good way to get rid of that butt.
Low Fat Buttermilk Calcium Review
Growing up, buttermilk was something my grandmother and mom loved and I thought sounded nasty. Dr Oz said that this is just another of his butt fat fighting foods. It’s low in calories, rich in calcium and helps flush out the fat. He wants you to get rid of mayonnaise and sour cream, and drink a glass of buttermilk a day.
Dr Oz: Buckwheat Pasta Blasts All Over Body Fat
Moving on from the butt, Dr Oz targets your entire body. This means getting your metabolism going so you don’t store fat. Buckwheat pasta is heart healthy and protein rich. This means feeling full with just a cup of cooked buckwheat pasta a day.
Polenta Pizza Crust Tip
Polenta can be used for many different things. It’s a cornmeal based carb can be made into pizza crust or eaten as a side dish.
Dr Oz: Is Frozen Food Healthy?
As a busy person, I enjoy picking a frozen meal up for those nights when I’m not keen on making a meal from scratch. If you’re like me, Dr Oz has some words of comfort. it’s OK to eat frozen foods. While not all packaged dinners and meal are healthy, Samantha Heller shared her list of foods that meet Dr Oz’s health standards.
De Wafelbakkers Sweet Potato Pancakes Review
Dr Wafelbakkers Sweet Potato Pancakes are made with sweet potato and spelt, which is similar to wheat. They’re high in fiber and beta carotene and you can make them in the microwave!
If you’re looking for a similar product, keep these nutritional facts in mind:
- 4 grams protein
- 3 grams Fiber
- 160 Calories
Dr Oz Frozen Pizza: Vitalicious Vita Pizza Review
Get excited because you can eat this entire frozen pizza and not feel bad about it! Samantha Heller even likes it as a snack. Keep these guidelines in mind for a frozen pizza:
- 190 Calories
- 15 grams Protein
- 19 Grams Fiber
Dr Oz: Laura’s Lean Beef Pot Roast Review
Laura’s Lean Beef is good for those that eat meat, but Heller suggests sticking with the vegetarian options.
- 250 calories total
- 26 grams Protein
- 4 grams Fiber