Don't Eat a Salad Until You Read This...

Written by Dr. Jack Wolfson
Posted February 28, 2017 at 7:08PM

Forget the store-bought stuff and get ready for an EASY and HEALTHY topper to your favorite salad or even a vegetable dip.

This dressing combines healthy fat and protein to accent any meal. The superstar in this recipe is the anchovy. Omega-3 fats, protein, and plenty of calcium from the tiny bones that you cannot taste once blended. Someone in the family not keen on fish? Well, they need fish and this is a sneaky way to get it into their diet.

The average bottled salad dressing contains loads of preservatives and unnecessary ingredients.

Then, they package this stuff in plastic bottles, which leach plastic into your food. Humans already have high levels of plastic in their blood, which is linked to heart disease, cancer, and hormone problems. Add in the fact that most bottled stuff is made with a garbage oil like soybean oil or canola oil.

Get ready for a heart-health game-changer...

The Drs. Wolfson Super Salad Dressing

The following ingredients are included but YOU will decide the amounts according to your taste. For example, some people like more apple cider vinegar and less olive oil. Some people prefer more spices than others. YOU decide and you cannot screw this up!

Food Items (organic):

  • Olive oil (sub in another oil if you prefer)
  • Apple cider vinegar OR lemon juice
  • Anchovy (start small if you prefer)
  • Capers
  • Spices (black cumin, cumin, turmeric, ginger, rosemary, oregano, thyme etc. )
  • To make the recipe “creamy”, add an avocado.

Do NOT add salt. There is plenty of salt in the anchovy.

Add the above to a blender and blend. Use immediately and store the remainder in a glass jar in the refrigerator. It lasts 7 days.

Again, you cannot mess this recipe up. Find the amounts that work for you. Too thick? Add more oil. Too strong, add some lemon.

In fact, add whatever you would like in this recipe. This is a great way to get the foods you need into your body. Sometimes, we add sunflower or pumpkin seed. Sometimes sliced onion and garlic. Make it fun and make it different every time.

Your body will thank you for it. Your family and friends will live better and longer too!

In Health,

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Dr. Jack Wolfson

Senior Editor Health Wire, Atlas Health Report

Dr. Jack Wolfson DO, FACC is a board-certified cardiologist who believes bad nutrition and toxins create heart health problems. He prevents and treats cardiovascular disease with good nutrition, not medicines and treats the whole person, not just the symptoms.

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