5 Game-Changing Salad Dressings To Eat While Cleansing

5 Game-Changing Salad Dressings To Eat While Cleansing

When you are cleansing, salads become a big part of your diet. Salads are a great way to get a lot of nutrients in one meal, but you can start to lose interest in them if you continually use the same salad dressing. It’s important for people, who are doing our cleanses, to know that they can make other dressings besides the recommended apple cider vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, and lemon juice dressing.

Most people are used to eating a lot of flavors that we do not allow you to eat while cleansing. The truth of the matter is that you can use a lot of spices and other foods to make salad dressings that are essentially healthier versions of your favorite dressings. This allows you to expand your horizons on food, which can help you make healthier choices once you finish cleansing. Most store bought dressings contain excess fat, sodium, and sugar, and those three evils can lead to weight gain.

You don’t have to go out and buy salad dressings, which are filled with dyes, preservatives, and processed ingredients. You can buy fresh ingredients to make your own dressings, which are much healthier for you. In addition to changing salad dressings, it’s important to change up your salad ingredients, but we’ll leave that for another article. Eat the rainbow, i.e. eat vegetables of all shapes and colors. Try the following salad dressings and let us know how you liked them.

#1: Mango Cilantro Dressing


This is salad dressing has the best components of the flavor world. You get the acidity from the lime, sweetness from the mango, and a subtle fiery kick from the jalapeño.

Click here to make the recipe.

#2: Raw Ranch Dressing


We just turned an unhealthy dressing into a cleanse-approved dressing you can drizzle on your next salad. You may have to tinker with the seasonings to get the desired flavor you want, but it’s pretty darn delicious!

Click here to make the recipe.

#3: Homemade Raw Vegan Italian Dressing


This dressing goes on almost any salad. The featured ingredient is parsley, which is rich in powerful flavonoids and antioxidants that may help to fight cancer cell formation.

Click here to make the recipe.

#4: Lemon Ginger Dressing


This dressing takes absolutely no time to make. All you have to do is blend the ingredients and drizzle the dressing on your salad.

Click here to make the recipe.

#5: Dairy-Free, Nut-Free Thai-Inspired Dressing


This dressing is intended to remind you of a Thai peanut sauce. Because peanuts are rough on the digestive system, we replaced them with raw sunflower butter, so you still get that classic creaminess associated with Thai peanut sauces.

Click here to make the recipe.



Refer A Friend give 15%
get $20