What Dr. Oz Eats for Lunch

Looking for some lunch inspiration? Look no further - here are some of Dr. Oz's favorite recipes to eat during the week!

What Dr. Oz Eats for Lunch

When it comes to lunch, chances are you probably find yourself seeking something light, but later come to regret the decision when your hunger sets in an hour later. Next time you're meal prepping, try these recipes instead. Without having to indulge in high-carbohydrate foods, these Oz-approved lunch recipes will keep your body satisfied until dinner.

Paleo Meatballs

Make a lighter version of this classic comfort food staple. Protein-packed beef will help build strength and iron and zinc boost your immune system and fight off fatigue as you work hard throughout the day.

Get the recipe: Paleo Meatballs

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