From Bob Whiley:

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Photo by my Gran, Sheila.

 

A traditional food of fermented soybeans which hails from Japan, authentic miso is brimming with good-for-your-belly probiotics, which help keep our gut flora healthy. Dr. Oz also recently discussed how this Japanese food lowers triglycerides, the fat in your blood that contributes to belly fat.

Dr. Oz’s Prescription: Pick up instant miso soup mix in the supermarket, but look for low-sodium varieties. Alternately, look for traditional red or white miso (sold as a paste) in the refrigerated natural food section of your grocery store. It makes simple but satisfying soup (simply add hot water.) From Dr. Oz.

My miso soup was delicious! Mine is instant, takes three minutes to prepare and I added the fresh spinach and had celery/peanut butter/raisins (ants on a log) with dates, almonds for desert.

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