Dr Oz: Belly Blaster Superfoods
Dr Oz’s 5 Step Belly Fat Plan show included a segment on 3 Belly Blaster Superfoods to help get rid of your Belly Fat! The three foods that made Doctor Oz’s list were Golden Berries, Miso and Sauerkraut. What makes these three foods so great at eliminating your Belly Fat? Here is what Dr Oz had to say about them:
Dr Oz: Goldenberry Belly Blaster
Doctor Oz said that Golden Berries are a vegetable that come from Brazil, but they are becoming more and more popular in America. You can find either Dried Goldenberries or the whole form (if your supermarket carries them fresh). In addition to having a unique taste, Golden Berries are packed with B-Complex Vitamins that are essential for your metabolism. Try eating 1/4 cup of Golden Berries every day. You can find them for around #12 either online or at health food stores.
Dr Oz: Miso Belly Blaster
Dr Oz said that one of the reasons that women in Japan might be so skinny is because they eat so much Miso Soup. Doctor Oz’s helper tasted some Miso and seemed to enjoy it, but then again, this particular assistant practically had washboard abs and looked amazing, so maybe she is already eating tons of Miso! Dr Oz said that you can make Miso Soup at home and by eating 1 cup of it daily, you help to reduce the triglycerides in your body. You can even buy Miso Soup mixes, but make sure they are not loaded with salt. You can find Miso for around $2 per package online or at supermarkets.
Dr Oz: Sauerkraut Belly Blaster
Doctor Oz’s final Belly Blaster Food was Sauerkraut, which is great at getting rid of Belly Fat. The way our gut metabolizes food controls how we get calories into our body. If you do not have healthy bacteria in your gut, then your body tends to absorb more calories, hence why I personally am such a huge fan of taking Probiotic Supplements! But another way to get probiotics and health bacteria into your gut is by eating fermented foods like Sauerkraut, which in turn will help you to lose weight. This does not mean you should start eating lots of hotdogs though! Instead, Dr Oz suggested putting Sauerkraut onto a turkey sandwich on whole grain bread.