Even the perfect combination of sweet, salty, tangy awesomeness won’t be enough for that one crazy guy who doesn’t know what he wants—so let that man go! This vinaigrette is an irresistible sexy summer fling for your mixed greens and veggies! Blended with mango, lemon, apple cider vinegar, fresh ginger and turmeric—once it hits your lips you’ll be tongue tied.Continue Reading…
Whether you’re suffering with a concussion and can hardly walk to the fridge, you’re having a jammed day of activities or you’re just lazy, don’t face plant into a bowl of cereal! I have the EASIEST vinaigrette recipe for a super quick & healthy salad!
Do you make your own homemade salad dressing? If not, you should! It’s so easy and much healthier than store bought. I have a secret…you don’t need a recipe and you don’t even really need measuring spoons — all you need is a basic understanding of how oil and vinegar work together. Here is everything you need to know, plus my favourite quick draw salad drizzle.
Physically and mentally drained after your sport, you walk through your door past your dog who’s furiously licking the sweat from your legs. You’re spent, but you know you have to muster the energy put together a post-workout recovery meal.
As the body loses electrolytes through sweat, you’ll feel symptoms like muscle cramps, fatigue, nausea, and mental confusion. And if you’re not replenishing with the right amount of carbs, electrolytes, fats, fluids and proteins you’ll experience increased muscle damage and free-radical buildup—Making you feel weaker and weaker with each sweat session.
This raspberry vinaigrette will make you grin like the Cheshire Cat. With its intense, tangy and sweet flavour it’s the perfect pairing to a mix greens salad with candies nuts and berries—and a sunny summer BBQ!
For athletes, raspberries are rich in nutrients that can help prevent free radicals (not the tubular kind of radical) from doing damage to your body and help you recover faster.
Get ready to give your butterflies the one-two punch!
This almond butter & apple cider vinaigrette is sweet and savory with a little kick where it counts! Perfect for salads and buddha bowls or on top of roasted veggies.
Getting gutsy means running towards danger while others run away. Whether you’re facing your first fondo, lining up at the World Championships…or just preparing for a job interview, you’re going to need a healthy gut. Scientists suggest that your gut is your “body’s second brain” (guys, maybe your third!).
Don’t worry, you don’t have to guzzle it back like grandma said. There are plenty of ways to incorporate Apple Cider Vinegar into your diet.
This health tonic has been praised for its ability to balance your pH, increase good gut bacteria and help control your weight, boost your health and improve your appearance. For athletes, the amino acid, raw enzyme and potassium provides amazing performance and recovery benefits.
Feeling like you need to get gutsy? Apple Cider Vinegar contains a compound called malic acid and also boasts antibacterial and antiviral properties, which can all help alleviate problems in your gut.
By promoting better lymph circulation, apple cider vinegar pushes toxins out of the body all while supplying your body with natural minerals, vitamins and enzymes. High levels of potassium help clear up sinus infections, sore throats, and allergies.
Mid-race and your leg suddenly cramps! Not to worry, you can bust out your emergency Apple Cider Vinegar shot. High in potassium, you can try two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and feel the cramp vanish!
By adding a dash of Apple Cider Vinegar to your meal each day, you may feel fuller, longer. A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry found that it slowed fat accumulation.
Insulin function & blood sugar levels
Vinegar has been shown to have numerous benefits for insulin function and blood sugar levels. 2 tablespoons of vinegar before a meal—perhaps, as part of a vinaigrette salad dressing will dramatically reduce the spike in blood concentrations of insulin and glucose that come after a meal.
Suggested ways to incorporate
In vinaigrette for salads and other bowls
Replace it when using regular vinegar in stir-fry recipes
Replace it when using regular vinegar in steak marinade
Tuna salad with apple cider vinegar, olive oil, lemon, salt and pepper—rather than mayo.
Mix with honey and hot water as a pre-bedtime tonic