Dr. Oz School Challenge: Cheat Sheet

Dr. Oz and his HealthCorps team helped a group of students from Brooklyn, New York's New Utrecht High School adopt healthy eating and fitness habits that allowed them to drop weight and trim their waistlines. How did they do it? Let this crib sheet be your guide. While this program was designed for teens, adults can benefit, too.

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Post-Sports Soy Chocolate Peanut Butter Oatmeal Shake

Soy is a great source of protein, which helps your muscles. 


12 oz. chocolate soy milk (or soy milk with dark cocoa powder and 2 tsp sugar)

3 tbsp oat flour

3 tbsp peanut butter (optional)


Blend all ingredients with ice. Serve.

Brain-Boosting Walnut and Dark Chocolate Trail Mix

Combine walnuts and small pieces of dark chocolate mixed together in snack bags. This is a great source of Omega-3s.

No-Sick-Days Whole Wheat Pita Pizza With Bell Peppers

The antioxidants and vitamin C in the tomato sauce and peppers will keep you out of the doctor's office and in class.


Whole wheat pita

A few spoonfuls of tomato sauce

A sprinkle of low-fat mozzarella

Sliced red bell peppers


Assemble and toast pizza in oven for 5 minutes.

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