Dr Oz’s Ultimate Shopping List: Frozen Foods
So far Dr. Oz has started you off with some great foods to add to your Ultimate Shopping List. He included a few that you should always buy at the Health Food store as well as several you should buy at the grocery store. He focused on foods that will help you to blast fat in your belly, butt, and the rest of your body, with items from the produce, dairy, and grain sections of the store. Doctor Oz still has plenty more to share with you and the next list of items might surprise you, like Vitalicious Pizza.
Dr Oz: Healthy Packaged Foods
Dr. Oz has some more items for your list that will save you time and inches. This is truly a winning combination for so many people since many of us have very busy lives and sometimes need more convenient meals to feed our families. He says he doesn’t like to endorse specific brands, but Samantha Heller has come up with the ultimate list of packaged meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and they all meet Dr. Oz’s nutritional guidelines, which is very important.
Dr Oz: De Wafelbakkers Sweet Potato Pancakes Review
De Wafelbakkers All Natural Sweet Potato Pancakes – Samantha Heller, Nutrition Coordinator, says these quick and easy frozen pancakes are make with sweet potato and spelt, which is a cousin of wheat, making them high in fiber. They are also high in the powerful antioxidant, beta carotene, and can be ready in just few minutes by popping them in the microwave. They packed with protein and fiber, which will fill you up and leave you full until lunch.
- 160 Calories
- 4 Grams Protein
- 3 Grams Fiber
- $3 Per Box
Dr Oz Guilt-Free Healthy Pizza: Vitalicious Vita Pizza Review
Vitalicious Vita Pizza – This is a single-serving frozen pizza that comes in two flavors and Samantha says it can be eaten as a snack or a small meal. It is jam packed with protein and fiber, guaranteeing you won’t be hungry until dinner.
- 190 Calories in the entire Pizza
- 15 Grams of Protein
- 19 Grams of Fiber
- $4 Per Pizza
Laura’s Lean Beef Pot Roast Review: Dr Oz 250 Calorie Pot Roast Dinner
Laura’s Lean Beef Pot Roast with Garden Lite Vegetable Soufflé – While Samantha prefers you do not eat red or processed meats for dinner; this pot roast is a great option if you need to curb a craving.
- 250 Calories in both of these foods combined
- 26 Grams Protein
- 4 Grams Fiber
- Cost is $7 for the Pot Roast and $4 for the Soufflé