Raw Salad Dressing Recipe

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Improve your lifestyle, revitalise your health, and stimulate your taste buds with this delicious raw salad dressing

This salad dressing is so fresh and alive because it hasn’t been exposed to temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius (105 degrees Fahrenheit) – thus maintaining its enzymatic and nutritional properties.

A well-balanced diet of uncooked plant foods contains all of the vitamins and minerals necessary for leading a healthy life.  Cooking destroys over 80% of a food’s nutritive value!  Plus, cooking annihilates up to 100% of the enzymes in food. Yikes!

Enzymes are important because they’re responsible for every metabolic process that occurs in our bodies – from digesting food to repairing our cells. When you eat lots of fresh salads with raw dressings (like this one above), the enzymes in them practically digest themselves.  That means more energy for you to run around doing what you enjoy!  I mean who enjoys passing out after meals?

The Power of Lemons

Lemons are bursting with antioxidants. The citric acid encourages healthy digestion.  Best of all, it’s loaded with vitamin C, making it ideal for the autumn and winter season.

Nutrients: Vitamins B3, B5, B6, C, E, 
beta-carotene, folic acid, calcium,
copper, iodine, iron, magnesium, 
manganese, phosphorus, potassium,
selenium, and zinc

Olive Oil Powerhouse

Olive oil is super-rich in vitamin E and omega-9 fatty acids, which possess anti-inflammatory properties. They also protect the joints from exercise wear and tear.

It’s best to eat cold-pressed olive oil or extra-virgin olive oil as they retain the most antioxidants.

Nutrients: Vitamins E, K, beta-carotene,
calcium, copper, iodine, iron, magnesium,
manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium,
zinc; omega-9 essential fatty acids

Potent Garlic

Garlic is useful in relieving arthritic pain, cleansing and purifying the blood, and helps prevent calcium deposits.  Plus, it supports the health of your heart.

Nutrients: Calcium, phosphorus, vitamin C,
potassium

Give Me Ginger

Ginger helps stimulate the liver and gall bladder, improves circulation, and kicks nausea to the curb.

Nutrients: Calcium, magnesium, potassium, 
phosphorus

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