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Dr Oz: Diet Frozen Meal Reviews

Doctor Oz went all out and put together a 99 Diet Food Grocery List. Did you know that the wrong diet foods could actually be making you fatter? Maybe you fill your grocery cart with diet foods but never lose a pound. Dr Oz wants you to know that not all diet foods are created equal. On today’s show, Dr Oz figures out ways to, not only save you time and money, but to also help you lose weight by eating burgers and desserts.

Dr Oz: Diet Packaged Foods

-Artificial sweetener
-High sodium
-Hydrogenated oil
-High fructose corn syrup
-High added sugar
-Trans fat



  1. says

    I have been trying to get recies &coupons at Dr.Oz-no luck Please put the receipes on the screen–not everyone has a computer-or are like me–they don’t come up.VERY DISAPPOINTING

  2. Mary Beth Willett says

    I want a list of the 99 foods in the grocery cart. Please help. I want to go shopping with my list.

  3. Judy Arms says

    On today’s show mentioned several times the 99 foods. Where are they????
    I can’t find them anywhere on your website.

  4. do says

    all so mentioned today was how good lima beans were for preventing breast cancer…
    Be careful what you do
    You have to reasearch yourself because I found numerous sites that have stated that lima beans may not be good for breast cancer.
    Don’t take all info to be all correct
    Also many suggested foods do not apply to diabetics or people with high cholesterol
    I have noted since watching the show that many recommendations are for otherwise healthy
    people. You have to be your own advocate.
    Dr. Oz’s website has had many gliches with having the stuff especially recipes and lists and charts actually on the site.
    Also when we comment I don’t believe we get answers from his staff. We just rattle off to each other. I don’t know if anyine is reading our comments but us.
    Good luck with the list.

  5. Marie says

    I agree with all of the above. I wanted to 99 food list but it is not there. Also I try to get recipes many times and I can’t. I would also like to get the burritos but don’t see anyway to sign up for them.

  6. says

    I too have been waiting for the 99 food list since it was announced last week. Also, Dr. Oz, I watched your show on pregnancy late in life. I don’t know if this info will help or if it’s too late, but this is my experience. At age 20, I had a large cyst removed from my right ovary. Approx. 11″ in size. I believe part or all of my right ovary was removed. Married close to 30 yrs. of age. Had my first child at 32, boy, 7lbs. 4 ozs. Bad delivery, much damage internally. Took me a year to recover. Had my second at 36, boy, 8lbs. 5ozs. C-section, Had my third at age 40, boy, 8lbs. C-section. Had excess bleeding and many fibroids in the next 5-7 years so had a hysterectomy at approx. 46/47 yrs. of age. I wanted children since I was a little girl so I understand the desire/fulfillment to have a child. It is not for me to say that women should or shouldn’t have children beyond their forties, but the one thing that bothers me about that, is that it seems so unfair to the child since there is a larger risk that the child will be alone and not have parents around at some of life’s most important moments; i.e., high school and college graduations, weddings, grandchildren, etc. As I said I know about wanting children but somehow it seems these individuals are putting their own needs and desires before the needs of the child. It’s just not fair to the child.
    Dr. Oz, I have worked my entire life, sometimes two and three jobs, even with a supportive spouse’s income. It wasn’t easy, there were hard times and I had some successful careers. I have three sons and an adopted daughter. I wouldn’t trade them for the world and never regret the sacrifices that had to be made. My sons have grown to be wonderful men, fathers and husbands as well as my daughter being a wonderful mother. They all went to college (which we couldn’t afford) so some got scholarships and all got some loans and worked throughout college, and now have their professional careers. I have 6 grandchildren and one great grandchild. This is the best time of all. I somehow feel that the people who wait too long are cheating themselves and the child by having one beyond their forties. As a matter of fact, I feel that 44-45 should be the limit. If i could do it (and I realize it isn’t easy) then others can do it as well.
    Please forgive me if I sounds as if I am dictating to others, and/or if I am coming across as an expert for I wish to be neither. I just thought this might be of help and encouraging for other women who are on the fence as to when to have their children.
    Thank you Dr. Oz for all the wonderful work you do and my God bless you and your family.

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