Doctor Oz Sinless Watermelon Split

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2.  Top the banana halves with 3 large watermelon scoops.  Rich in water-content, watermelon keeps you feeling full and also contains arginine, an amino acid that helps your body naturally burn calories. <br/>
2.  Top the banana halves with 3 large watermelon scoops.  Rich in water-content, watermelon keeps you feeling full and also contains arginine, an amino acid that helps your body naturally burn calories. <br/>
3.  Put a generous scoop of Greek yogurt on top.<br/>
3.  Put a generous scoop of Greek yogurt on top.<br/>
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4.  Sprinkle your favorite toppings over the whole dessert.  [[Dr Oz]] suggests things like blueberries, ground flaxseed, dark chocolate chips and low-fat granola.<br/><br/>
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4.  Sprinkle your favorite toppings over the whole dessert.  [[Dr Oz]] suggests things like blueberries, ground flaxseed, dark chocolate chips and low-fat granola.<br/>
==Dr Oz==
==Dr Oz==

Latest revision as of 23:36, 18 February 2013

The Doctor Oz Sinless Watermelon Split is a healthful alternative to the traditional ice cream banana split.

Rather than 3 large scoops of ice cream smothered in chocolate sauce and covered in whipped cream, the Doctor Oz Sinless Watermelon Split is an outstanding alternative, especially for men and women in their middle ages.

Contents

[edit] Ingredients

- 2 bananas
- 3 scoops of watermelon
- 3 dollops of vanilla-flavored Greek yogurt
- 1 cup fresh blueberries
- 2 teaspoons ground flaxseed
- Low-fat granola
- Dark chocolate chips

[edit] Recipe

1. Cut the bananas in half and place into serving bowls.
2. Top the banana halves with 3 large watermelon scoops. Rich in water-content, watermelon keeps you feeling full and also contains arginine, an amino acid that helps your body naturally burn calories.
3. Put a generous scoop of Greek yogurt on top.
4. Sprinkle your favorite toppings over the whole dessert. Dr Oz suggests things like blueberries, ground flaxseed, dark chocolate chips and low-fat granola.

[edit] Dr Oz

Dr. Mehmet Oz is a well-known, popular surgeon, author, and host of The Dr. Oz Show, a daily television program focusing on medical issues/personal health. Dr. Oz first appeared on the The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2004, and later on Larry King Live and other American television programs. In 2009, Winfrey's Harpo Productions and Sony Pictures launched The Dr. Oz Show. Dr. Oz has been a professor at the department of Surgery at Columbia University since 2001. He directs the Cardiovascular Institute and Complementary Medicine Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. His research interests include heart replacement surgery, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, and health care policy. With his collaborators, he has authored over 400 research papers, book chapters and medical books and has received several patents. He performs around 250 heart operations annually.

[edit] Awards and honors

Time magazine ranked Dr. Oz 44th on its list of the 100 Most Influential People in 2008.
Esquire magazine placed him on its list of the 75 Most Influential People of the 21st Century.
He was called a Global Leader of Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum.
He is one of “The Harvard 100 Most Influential Alumni” by 02138 magazine

He won the Gross Surgical Research Scholarship. He was listed in “Doctors of the Year” by Hippocrates magazine and in “Healers of the Millennium” by Healthy Living magazine. Dr. Oz is annually listed in the Castle Connolly Guide of the top United States doctors as well as other ranking groups.

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