Dr Oz: Wet Water Recipe to Fight Belly Bloat & “Wet” Food Snack Option


Dr Oz: Reducing Belly Fat With Food

Dr. Oz went over some food and drink, like red wine, that can boost your metabolism and help you lose that stubborn belly fat. He also went over a supplement he called the most important supplement to remember from the show. If Dr. Oz is saying it is important, than you know the supplement works.

Wet Foods Fight Belly Bloat

Dr. Oz said one of the biggest complaints he gets from women is that their bellies feel bloated all the time, sometimes so much so that other people think they are pregnant. Dr. Oz said the key to beating belly bloat is eating more wet foods.


Dietitian Ashley Koff explained that wet foods have two characteristics which are a high water and fiber content. All wet foods should contain 70 percent water and at least five grams of fiber, a winning combination to slim down on belly fat.

Dr Oz: Wet Water Recipe to Fight Belly Bloat & "Wet" Food Snack Option

Dr. Oz revealed how “wet” foods can help reduce belly bloat and he shared his wet water recipe to fight the bloat. Plus, he shared some “wet” food recipes.

Dr Oz Wet Water Recipe

Ashley Koff shared some recipes to incorporate wet foods into your diet so you can beat belly bloat for good. Check out her wet water recipe below.


Dr Oz Wet Water Ingredients:

  • 16 ounces water
  • 1/3 cup watermelon, cubed
  • ½ lime, sliced thinly
  • 4-5 mint leaves
  • *optional: ¼ cup frozen blackberries

Dr Oz Wet Water Directions:

  • Pour all the ingredients into a large glass that can hold 20 ounces and stir until mixed well.

Dr Oz: Wet n’ Wild Tacos Recipe

Ashley Koff says eating a lot of fiber can actually make you feel more bloated which is why you must drink water. If you only eat lots of fiber without any water, you are going to begin bloating more than you were before. Check out her wet taco recipe below to find out how to get a good amount of fiber and water.

Dr Oz Wet n’ Wild Tacos Ingredients:

  • 1 ½ cups pinto beans, rinsed
  • ½ green pepper, diced
  • ¼ cup purple cabbage, shredded
  • ¼ tomato, chopped
  • ¼ cup salsa
  • 2 tablespoons guacamole
  • 1 teaspoon taco spice blend
  • 3 large leaves of romaine lettuce

Dr Oz Wet n’ Wild Tacos Directions:

  • Rinse the lettuce leaves and pat them dry.
  • In a medium sized bowl, gently toss the pinto beans, green pepper, tomato and taco spice blend.
  • Lay the lettuce leaves in a shallow soup bowl or on a plate. Spread the bean mixture evenly among the lettuces leaves. Top each with the cabbage, salsa and guacamole.

Dr Oz: Wet Snack Options

Koff knows many of us will grab some chips or pretzels when we want a snack that has a bit of a crunch, but that isn’t always the healthiest chose. Try eating some of the foods below, all of which are in the “wet” food category.

  • Jicama slices
  • Celery slices
  • Tangerines
  • Cashews (only about 15 for a serving of protein and healthy fat)

Dr Oz: Wet Your Whistle Turkey Burger Recipe

Dr Oz Wet Your Whistle Turkey Burger Ingredients:

  • 1 pound ground turkey, crumbled
  • ½ cup cooked brown rice quinoa
  • ½ cup carrots, grated
  • ½ cup zucchini, grated
  • 4 tablespoons mustard
  • 2 tablespoons fresh parsley, chopped
  • 2 – 3 teaspoons black chia seeds
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt, pepper
  • Olive or coconut oil
  • 8 cups mixed lettuces, rinsed and dried

Dr Oz Wet Your Whistle Turkey Burger Ingredients:

  • In a large bowl, mix the turkey, rice, carrot, zucchini, chopped parsley and chia seeds until well combined, then form into 4 patties.
  • Heat a large skillet on medium-high temperature, add the oil and cook patties for 5 minutes per side. Lower heat if they brown too fast. Equally divide lettuce among 4 large bowls and add one burger to each. Garnish with mustard and enjoy.


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