Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan: Frozen Food Diet to Lose 5 Lbs in 5 Days

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Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan to Lose Weight

Are you tired of whipping up home cooked recipes in a failed attempt to lose weight? If you’ve been looking for an easier way, there may finally be a solution. The Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan shared five frozen dinners you can make in your microwave that could help you lose five pounds in under a week.

Dr Oz shared his suggestions, and noted that the total cost of all these meals is less than $25. Plus, since you cook them in the microwave, there’s virtually no prep time. If you prefer the do it yourself approach, check out Dr Oz’s Rice-Free Risotto and his Belly Blasting Salad recipes.

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Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan Diet

Who says microwave meals have to be bad for you? Check out the Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan guidelines & reviews.

Whether you’re choosing the meals below or shopping for yourself, Dr Oz gave some general guidelines. Choose frozen meals that have under 300 calories, less than 600 mg sodium, and under 4 grams of saturated fats. Those are the keys to reading the label on your frozen dinners.

Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan: Cedar Land Low Fat Chicken Burrito Review

Eileen confessed to Dr Oz that she loves Mexican food and pasta. Dr Oz said she would enjoy the first night of his plan, burrito night. The Cedar Land Low Fat Chicken Burrito has just 270 calories, and the beans are high in fiber to keep you feeling full.

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Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan: Dr Praeger’s Lightly Breaded Fish Sticks Review

For the second night of the week, Dr Oz promoted Dr Praeger’s Lightly Breaded Fish Sticks, which are just 50 calories each. That means you can eat five Fish Sticks, which are full of muscle building, fat burning protein. Microwave some broccoli on the side and you’ll have a meal even kids can enjoy.

Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan: Amy’s Light in Sodium Vegetable Lasagna Review

Next on the list was Lasagna, and Dr Oz chose Amy’s Light in Sodium Veggie Lasagna. With just 290 calories and low sodium, it will keep you from feeling bloated or retaining water.

Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan: Bell & Evans Buffalo Style Chicken Wings Review

Next was wing night, which sounds mouth watering, and surprising since you probably don’t think of chicken wings as healthy. Belly & Evans Buffalo Style Chicken Wings are just 226 calories for four wings. You can throw in some Alexia Sweet Potato Fries as a great tasting complement to the main course.

Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan: Whole Foods 365 Mediterranean Pizza Review

Finally was pizza night, and Dr Oz suggested picking up the Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value Mediterranean Pizza. It’s only 300 calories for ⅓ of the pizza, and you’ll get a full serving of nutrients while staying at your calorie limit.

Dr Oz Microwaveable Meal Plan Diet Review

Dr Oz’s plan costs just $25 for five dinners, which means there’s virtually nothing to lose. Eating frozen dinners doesn’t have to be unhealthy if you know what to look for. Try these out for yourself and share comments about your favorites (or least favorites) from Dr Oz’s suggestions.

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