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Salad Dressing For Better Sex

Salad Dressing For Better Sex

Your sexuality is impacted or supported by the quality of your physical health.

In addition to doing some sort of exercise each day, make sure you stand up a lot (25 times a day is your target ) if you have a sitting occupation. That will keep your circulatory system humming and your tissues responsive. Without good blood flow you can’t get an erection. Both his penis and her clitoral structure are made from erectile tissue. And both women and men need to keep the erectile tissue in their genitals engorged with blood for optimal sensation and pleasure.

What you eat is of utmost importance in staying healthy. Quality proteins and lots and lots of organic vegetables are the foundation to good health.

Minimize the sugar you take in. Sugar comes in the form of alcohol and grains. And sugar is hiding in sauces and dressings as well. Which is why I make my own salad dressings and eat a lot of fresh salads with lean protein for meals.

You’ve probably heard by now that probiotics help maintain healthy gut bacteria. If you eat a lot of sugar and alcohol, you are feeding the “bad” yeasts and bacteria. So cutting down on sugar and taking a probiotic supplement can help improve the ratio of good to bad gut bacteria.

You can also feed the good gut bacteria with prebiotics. Prebiotics are insoluble fibers that the good bacteria feed on. They are in a bunch of foods and you can increase your good gut bacteria by eating foods with natural prebiotics. One of those foods is apple cider vinegar.

Here is an easy-to-make salad dressing recipe that lasts for weeks in your fridge and makes salads taste sooooo good.

You can put all the ingredients in a jar and shake it up.

Apple Cider Vinegar Dressing Recipe

Ingredients:
1 cup oil (I recommend avocado or olive oil)
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar (get the raw, unfiltered kind that has the yeast “mother” in it)
1 shallot chopped fine
1 clove garlic
1 – 2 tbsp dijon mustard (the French brands do not have sugar in them)
1 tbsp dried Savory (this is an herb)
Celtic or Himalayan salt and ground peppercorns to taste

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The above recipe can be doubled or even tripled.

If you’re currently consuming a lot of sugar and this dressing isn’t sweet enough for you, you can add a little bit of raw, local honey to it. But please, please, please try and wean yourself off sugar. It will fricking KILL you.

GET NON-GMO MAYO

If you want to make your fresh, healthy salad dressing creamy, you can add a couple tablespoons of mayonnaise. I don’t recommend traditional brands of mayo because they are made from oils that come from GMO crops. Top 10 Harmful GMO Mayo Brands article from Natural News. Try to find a non-GMO brand of mayo.

Alternately, you can use organic, non-rBST plain, full fat thick yogurt or buttermilk to make the dressing creamy.

I also like to chop parsley and add it into the dressing. The parsley tempers the fresh raw garlic so you don’t get stinky breath.

Here are pictures of my dressing prep. You can see the plain and creamy versions I made. I reuse old jars from foods I’ve consumed earlier.

YUM! PLAIN AND CREAMY VERSIONS

First I make a big batch of the plain, and then I take part of it and add the non-GMO mayo made from sunflower oil.

Pour this dressing liberally on your salads. The avocado oil fat is EXCELLENT for your heart and brain. The apple cider vinegar is a prebiotic, as are the shallots and garlic.

If you add dandelion greens to your lettuce and include jicama in your salad you’re getting two additional prebiotics in your meal.

And if you eat some kimchi or sour kraut and drink some kombucha a couple times a week you will also be feeding the good gut bacteria. But watch out for the amount of sugar in many kombuchas. Kombucha is a fermented tea drink. It’s fizzy and a healthy replacement for soda. BUT, a lot of manufacturers are adding sugar to their kombucha. Drink kombucha with 2g of sugar or less per serving.

GREEN JUICE, KOMBUCHA, SOUR KRAUT…

Here is a list of prebiotic foods from Dr. David Perlmutter. He has a new book out called, Grain Brain: The Whole Life Plan This is an excellent book that walks you through the steps to optimal health and pleasure.

GET THIS BOOK

Even if you don’t like salads much now, you’ll find that you LOVE them with a good dressing. When you use bottled dressings it makes salads taste like crap. And bottled dressings are full of sugar.

There are 8 ingredients in this dressing. It’s easy to make, easy to store and very, very healthy for you.

Here is another recipe for my basic vinaigrette:

Susan’s Basic Vinaigrette Recipe <== With Options

If you make one of these dressings, please post in the comments. Showing others that you take care of yourself will encourage them to do so as well. Lead by example.

And you know what? Grandma was right…

The other way I get a lot of greens into my body — 8-10 servings of vegetables a day — is to drink a green juice every day I possibly can.

Most green juices have fruit juice in them to make them palatable to the average person. These are a waste of money and sugar is bad for you.

My friend Drew Canole has recently come out with a Green Drink that has monk fruit in it which is a natural non-glycemic sweetener.

DREW CANOLE WITH SUZ

His Green Juice is a powder you mix in water. It tastes great and it’s full of phytonutrients.

If you don’t want the hassle of buying, washing, juicing and cleaning up to make your own fresh juice, at least try one Green Drink while you’re on the go each day.

Drew has individual serving packets and he’s given me a special link for you to try it for free.

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