Dr. Oz: Pine Nuts Stops Cravings

One of the biggest problems with people today is stopping themselves from eating unhealthy food. Another problem is stopping you from eating food late at night sneaking those late night cravings in. Dr. Oz talked about ways to stop late-night cravings just by involving pine nuts into your diet.

What can Pine Nuts do?

Pine Nuts can help stop you from eating late because they have a natural suppressant in them which makes your late night cravings disappear.  They can also stop your appetite because they have an Omega-6 fatty acid that helps increase a hormone that suppresses hunger. Just by taking two tablespoons of pine nuts after 8 p.m. can help stop cravings. The best part is you can eat them in all kinds of ways, plain, roasted, or toasted.

Some good recipes for Pine Nuts

For the Sweet Cravings

If you’re a person who always has a sweet craving then Dr. Oz has a recommendation to make the pine nuts taste even better. You can take your pine nuts and instead of eating them plain you can mix them with strawberries and ginger. This way they’re still healthy but this will also help with your sweet tooth.  All you have to do is mix strawberries with ginger, pine nuts, sugar, and orange juice. After you have these all mixed together you let it stand for 10 minutes and baste together.

Pine Nut Crisps Recipe

If you have crunchy or salty cravings Dr. Oz also has another recommendation for that as well! Dr. Oz recommends that you make a creation called Pine Nut Crisps. This is simple and east, all you need to do is take a rounded tablespoon of Parmesan and put it on a greased baking pan. After that tap it out while flattening it, then add some pine nuts and some paprika (or if you have another preference for a seasoning). After you have made that then just bake for 6 minutes at 425 degrees and they’ll be ready.

Dr. Oz: Pine Nut Dip Recipe

Last, if you are a person who prefers to have a dip, then there is also a recipe for that as well! Dr. Oz recommends that you take you just combine white beans, watercress, pine nuts, lemon juice, and salt and pepper to taste in a food processor and blend until pureed. After its blended up then you have yourself a healthy and delicious dip that you can use with your favorite raw vegetables.

 Recommendation

We recommend that you get Now Foods Certified Organic Pine Nuts. Not only are pine nuts tasty, but are high in nutrients. They are used in many culinary dishes. They are a good source of protein, vitamin D1 and magnesium. This is a reason they can reduce cravings throughout the day.