Dr Oz Ultimate Grocery List: Polenta Pizza Crust, Mini Babybel & Kale


Dr Oz Grocery Store Shopping List

Do you think it would be fun to take Dr. Oz with you to the grocery store? Or have you secretly wished he would pop out of one of the aisles while you are shopping at your health food store? Today is just like having him right there with you to tell you exactly what to put in your shopping cart because he is sharing his Ultimate Shopping List. Doctor Oz has already shared 4 items you should always buy at the health food store, but he has a lot more for you to add to your shopping list.

Dr Oz: Kale & Pomegranate Juice Belly Fat Blasters

Now that you know exactly what to buy at the health food store, Dr. Oz wants to move on to the supermarket, more specifically to the produce section. Grab your pen and paper and get ready to write down these important items that will help you blast away belly fat. While there is a lot of produce at the grocery store that is certainly good for you, Dr. Oz says there are specific foods that can help you to blast belly fat. Stress is what causes belly fat, according to Dr. Oz, and since we can’t always eliminate stress he has some important foods that you can add to your Ultimate Shopping List to help blast away your belly fat. The products he has chosen almost automatically reduce cortisol levels, or stress hormones, in the body.

Dr Oz Kale

Dr Oz Ultimate Grocery List: Mini Babybel, Pomegranate Juice & Polenta

Learn what is on Dr Oz’s Ultimate Grocery List!  Dr. Oz says it might surprise you, but buttermilk doesn’t have any butter in it and it is a great food to blast butt fat.


  1. Cameron says

    I had a similiar problem, but did find a recipe for the polenta pizza crust recipe…really quite simple though anyway…You can use 2 % milk if desired….I used fat free cheeze….

    1 cup corn meal
    3 cups skim milk
    1/2 tsp kosher salt
    1 tbsp olive oil
    pizza sauce and toppings

    Preheat the oven to 375 F. Put a Silpat on a cookie sheet.

    Stir the corn meal, milk, and salt together in a medium saucepan. Heat over medium-high, stirring constantly, until mixture comes to a boil and thickens enough to pull away from the sides of the pan. Remove from heat and stir in the olive oil.

    Let cool for about 2 minutes, then spread evenly over the Silpat with a rubber spatula.

    Bake for 10-15 minutes, or until set.

    Top with pizza sauce and desired toppings (I used tomato sauce, ricotta, sauteed spinach, sauteed mushrooms, olives, onion, mozzarella, and artichoke hearts) and bake until cheese is melted.

    As for the buckwheat noodles, just cook them as you would any other pasta, use your favorite sauce, and i’d recommend using a lean meat if desired like turkey….

  2. Cameron says

    by the way, i prefer using polenta cooked with water and let it set, serve with a healthy bean or soup alternative…the pizza wasn’t ummm….well, very good…bland…but serves me right for tweaking the recipe, so best of luck either way…

    If you don’t have a silpat, i find that parhcment paper works fine….

  3. Anjo Zonneveld says

    Polenta is bland so use imagination and give it a kick with some spice that suits you: turmeric, celery seed, cumin, chilli spice, garlic…yum.

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