Dr Oz: Boost Your Metabolism
Is your metabolism in desperate need of a boost? Dr Oz revealed the three metabolism-boosting foods you’re likely not buying, but should. His go-to tester Rhenotha joined him to make sure that the foods Dr Oz knows are good for you, actually taste good too.
Dr Oz: Cottage Cheese To Boost Metabolism
As Dr Oz explained, the three foods target different metabolism problems, in different ways. But they fit just about lifestyle you may have. First was cottage cheese, which Rhenotha clearly didn’t like. Dr Oz reminded everyone that in the 80’s everyone was eating cottage cheese, but then it became unpopular. Dr Oz made it his goal to bring cottage cheese back.
Cottage cheese contains both fats and protein to satiate you and help you build muscle. Muscle is vital for a fast metabolism. Of course you could eat it right out of the container as it comes, or you could enjoy cottage cheese in a way you never have before..
Dr Oz: Chocolate Cottage-Cheesecake Mousse Recipe
- 1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa
- 1/2 C cottage cheese
- natural sweetener (like honey)
- cinnamon (optional)
- turmeric (optional)
- ginger (optional)
- Mix the cottage cheese and cocoa powder until well-blended and creamy
- Chill and eat cold
- Top with optional add-ins for an extra metabolism boost
Onto the next big metabolism-boosting food…
Dr Oz: Matcha Powder & Navy Beans To Boost Metabolism
Once you’ve gotten your cottage cheese fix, you’ll want to take another look at matcha powder. Matcha is loaded with antioxidants and you can use it in a variety of ways, including in avocado toast. Instead of guacamole, try matcha-mole. Mix 1-2 tbsp of matcha powder with 1/2 avocado and top sprouted grain bread for a healthy and delicious breakfast!
Finally, you can jump start your metabolism with navy beans. You can add them to a stew, throw them on a salad, or blend them with tahini, garlic, and spices to make a hummus.