by Kymythy R.
“The Sing-Along Dressing”
Question: I’m trying
to eat healthier and am eating more vegetables, including salads, but
having a tough time finding dressings that aren’t filled with
artificial ingredients. Can you help me?
Yes I can with the following recipe. And this
dressing may also be used as a dip or sauce. All the ingredients in
delicious dressing are extremely nutritious. For example, let’s
take a look at
the health history of one of its ingredients; the humble lime.
From the 16th
to 18th centuries, a vitamin-C deficiency disease called
which caused weakness and death, was epidemic among long-haul sailors.
British doctor discovered that drinking lime juice could prevent the
so sailors were required to drink lime juice daily, which earned them
indeed contain a good amount of vitamin C, with more than 70 milligrams
cup. (They also provide vitamins A and K, folate, enzymes, calcium,
and potassium.) Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory,
natural antihistamine. It also helps the body manufacture collagen
called “the glue of the body” – a protein substance
that supports tendons,
bones, skin, cartilage, and connective tissue.
limes that are firm and brightly colored. They don’t have to be
stored in the
refrigerator, although it will keep them fresh longer.
“The Lime and the
Juice of 1 lime
2 tablespoons finely shredded coconut
1/2 teaspoon lime zest
1/2 teaspoon grated fresh ginger
ingredients in a bowl and whisk together until well blended. Of course,
dressing comes out best if you dance around the kitchen singing along
Nilsson’s song “Coconut”! Makes about 1 cup.
Kymythy Schultze has been
trailblazer in animal nutrition for over two decades.
She is also a human nutritionist and has
helped thousands of people and their pets live happier, healthier lives. To learn how to easily prepare healthy meals
for dogs, cats, and humans, check out her best-selling books: “Natural
Nutrition for Dogs and Cats: The Ultimate Diet.”, “The Natural
Nutrition No-Cook Book: Delicious Food for You…and Your
Pets!” and her new book "Natural
Nutrition fot Cats: The Path to Purr-fect Health"
her website at www.kymythy.com