Dr Oz's Ultimate Shopping LIst

Dr Oz Ultimate Shopping List

Blast Belly Fat, Butt Fat and Overall Fat.  Also, save $600 a year by doing just three things. Dr Oz tells us about inexpensive foods and products to save us time and money.

Season 4, Episode 40

A lot of people say they don’t have the time, energy or resources to research the thousands of products out there, so Dr Oz has come up with his Ultimate Shopping List to make shopping simple. Dr Oz pulled together members of the Dr Oz tv show medical unit, a nutritionist, a consumer expert and an ER doctor to create the Dr Oz Ultimate Shopping List from stores you shop at most.

Health Food Stores often has the hottest new products to trim your waistline and boost your energy.

Health Food Store Items

1. LesserEvil Chia Crisps: A “super chip” for weight loss. There are four flavors to choose from and Dr Oz says they taste fantastically good. Snack on the chips between meals. Serving size is twenty-two chips!!

2. Cacao Nibs (pronounced ca-cow): Very crunchy, packed with nutrients and can help lower your blood pressure, but they are a little bitter. Eat about 1/3 cup. Snack on them throughout the day, use them in trail mix or as a spice sprinkled on stews and soups for a little crunch without much chocolate flavor.

3. Earth Balance Spread: A healthier alternative to butter, comes in a variety of flavors, it’s vegan and you can even cook and bake with it. Go to the Earth Balance website for a store locator or to order online.

4. Bee Pollen to fight fatigue. It has vitamins, minerals, fattyy-acids, protein and it fuels the body and can give you an energy boost. It comes in granules and has a slightly sweet taste. Start with 1/4 TSP per day. Dr Oz likes to mix it into his plain yogurt in the morning.
The Cheapest Foods for Weight Loss

Grocery Store Items

Belly Fat is about stress, so reducing the stress in your body will help you lose belly fat. Cortisol is the stress hormone and these two items will help reduce your cortisol level and belly fat.

1. Kale: which is also rich in antioxidents. You can even get it pre-washed and packaged in bags. Eat 1/2 cup a day. Use it as a salad alternative, mix into a salad, a side dish, bake your own kale chips or find lots of kale recipes online.

2. Unsweetened, Pure Pomegranate Juice: Drink an 8 oz glass to help with bloating.

Thighs and Butt Fatt: Eat dairy products for calcium to help get the fat out of the fat cells and prevent fat from getting into the fat cells.

1. Mini Babybel Light Cheese: Eat 1 wheel per day. A great on-the-go snack with 25% less fat than cheddar cheese.

2. Low Fat Buttermilk: Eat a cup a day as a salad dressing or as an alternative to sour cream or mayo.

Overall Fat: To lose fat overall, you want to speed up your metabolism and feel full all day.

1. Buckwheat Pasta: 1 cup of cooked buckwheat pasta per day.

2. Polenta: 1 cup, cooked, per day. Eat it soft like oatmeal or toasted as a pizza crust.

Packaged Meals for Weight Loss


Drugstore Must-Haves

Products with multiple uses to save you money and solve your biggest health complaints.

1. Skin Irritations: Witch Hazel for bites, itches and rashes and for rough, oily or acne-prone skin.

2. Digestive Issues: Ginger Chews for bloating, cramping, nasuea, gas. It also curbs cravings, reduces the amount of acid in your stomach and the amount of inflammation in your intestinal system.

3. Aches & Pains: Epsom Salt in a bath to ease joint pain and sore muscles. Use on skin with a warm towel to reduce swelling and bruising.

4. Personal Steam Inhaler to ease allergy symptoms. Use it for five or ten minutes or longer if you want.

Save Money Shopping at Warehouse Stores

Save $600 a Year by Doing These Things:
1. Shop at a warehouse club
2. Buy the store brand at warehouse clubs, but don’t buy produce in bulk because it will likely rot and
3. Buy your daily multi-vitamins in bulk. Choose a multi-vitamin that contains vitamins A, B, C, D and E. Avoid mega-doses (ie. get a vitamin with a dose of 100% DV (daily value).
4. Buy organic skinless chicken breasts. The health benefits are really worth it and you can buy in bulk and freeze it for up to a year. It’s a huge savings to buy this item in bulk.
5. Buy glasses and contact lenses at warehouse clubs. Save $40 to $60 on a pair of glasses or up to $150 a year on contact lenses. You can also get a full eye exam from their optometrist for under $50.

Don’t buy medications like pain relievers and antacids in bulk because they don’t have a very long shelf life and you don’t use them every day. However, when you buy at a regular store, buy the store/generic brand to save up to 70% on these types of things.

Dollar Store Lifesavers

  • Get a first aid kit for your house, your business and your car.
  • Get anti-slip mats for your bath, kitchen or anywhere the floor gets wet, to help prevent a fall.
  • Get electric socket covers for your outlets.
  • If you take medications or supplements, get a 7-Day Pill Holder to help prevent over-dosing.
  • Clothespins:  if you’re having a nosebleed, put a clothespin on your nose to stop the bleeding.  If the blood doesn’t clot and stop after 10 minutes with the clothespin, then go to the ER.

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