Recipe Samples to Support your Body During the Cell Renewal Process for Life Extension
Fresh Fruit Salad
How Fruit Salad will Impact your diet! It’s best to eat fruit on an empty stomach. Fruit digests very quickly on its own but when combined with other types of food it can get slowed down in your digestive tract. When this happens it can begin to ferment and cause gas and/or bloating. If you experience gas and bloating when mixing your fruits with other foods, try eating fruits as a meal all by themselves.
(Use organic whenever possible) Use any or all of the following fresh fruits: apples, oranges, bananas, peaches, nectarines, strawberries, blueberries, pineapple, kiwi, grapefruit, raspberries, plum, melons, mango, star fruit, papaya, tangerine, cherries, grapes, pomegranate, pears, plums, apricot. Use the following dried fruits sparingly (unsweetened only): raisins, figs, dates, coconut. Top with your choice: cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla extract, lemon juice, mint leaves, nuts
- Peel, chop and slice your fruits into bite-size pieces and place in a bowl. Leave peels on for the fruits you can. Often the best nutrients are in the peel.
- Mix well and top with a delicious garnish from the list above.
- Eat fresh and enjoy!
- Add raw nuts and seeds sparingly to your fruit salad for protein.
- For super food power and increased nutritional and cleansing properties, sprinkle a little Coji or acai berries, spirulina, maca powder, flax meal or raw cacao on top.