Dr Oz Frozen Foods Grocery List
Dr Oz has been helping you put together your shopping list, suggesting that you pick up Bee Pollen and Buckwheat Pasta along with other ultimate food and health items. But did you ever imagine Dr Oz would tell you it’s OK to get frozen pizza? You’re not dreaming, because his next stop on the Dr Oz grocery list is frozen food, such as Laura’s Pot Roast and Vita Pizza reviews.
Dr Oz: Is Frozen Food Healthy?
Dr Oz explained that not all packaged foods are created equal, and since he knows we all have busy schedules and obligations, sometimes we’re going to have to make things easy on ourselves. Dr Oz reminded everyone that he doesn’t support any particular brands, but I guess he’s OK with letting other people do that on his show.
Samantha Heller shared a list of the best packaged foods she has found, which all meet nutritional guidelines approved by Dr Oz. So if you can’t find these brands in your local store, you can at least use the nutrition facts to find similar products.
De Wafelbakkers Sweet Potato Pancakes on Dr Oz
First on Samantha’s list was Sweet Potato Pancakes, which she explained contain sweet potato as well as spelt, which is wheat’s cousin. They’re a great fiber and beta carotene source, and you can make them in the microwave. De Wafelbakkers Sweet Potato Pancakes are about $3.
Dr Oz Sweet Potato Pancakes Nutrition Info
Here’s what to look for in a similar sweet potato pancakes product.
- 4 grams protein
- 3 grams Fiber
- 160 Calories
Dr Oz Frozen Pizza: Vitalicious Vita Pizza Review
This is a single serving frozen pizza, so you don’t have to feel bad about eating the whole thing. In fact, Samantha suggested it could even be a snack between meals. Vita Pizza is about $4.
Dr Oz Frozen Pizza Nutrition Facts
Here are the nutrition guidelines for frozen pizza, based on Vita Pizza.
- 190 Calories total
- 15 grams Protein
- 19 Grams Fiber
Dr Oz: Laura’s Lean Beef Pot Roast Review
The third frozen meal option is Laura’s Lean Beef Pot Roast. This product can satiate those red meat cravings, even though Samantha Heller said she thinks you should avoid them. Check out Garden Lite’s Vegetable Souffle for a lighter option.
The nutrition guidelines for this are:
- 250 calories total
- 26 grams Protein
- 4 grams Fiber
Will you be adding one of these to your cart on your next shopping trip? Or will you be looking for similar brands with the guidelines? Let us know if you find some good ones.