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Healthy Salad Dressing Recipe For Weight Loss

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How to make a healthy salad dressing recipe for weight loss

On today’s episode, I’m showing you how to make a healthy salad dressing recipe for weight loss.

Yes, lets be real.

If you’re looking to lose weight, replacing that order of deep fried french fries with a side salad can be your best friend.

But many people unknowingly sabotage their weight loss goals by smothering their salads in unhealthy fattening salad dressings.

I see this all the time.

Sam and Mary are out on a first date, so Mary tries to impress Sam by ordering a healthy grilled chicken breast salad.

But here’s the million dollar question is.

Is that grilled chicken salad actually healthy?

Well it really depends on if the restaurant uses a healthy salad dressing recipe.

Most of the time, people opt for the thick and creamy salad dressings.

Hello calories!

If this sounds familiar, trust me, you’re not alone.

Unfortunately many people, with good intentions, often slow all progress with their fat loss goals by using salad dressings filled with nasty fattening additives and ingredients.

The best thing you can do is stop buying store bought salad dressings and start making your own.

Personally, I haven’t bought pre-packaged salad dressing in many years.

Here’s why I never buy pre-packaged salad dressing:

Store bought salad dressings are filled with fattening ingredients such as:

  • high fructose corn syrup (also known as glucose-fructose)
  • soybean oil and refined canola oil.

Even if the front of the package says, “Made with Olive Oil”, always look at the back to ensure it is the main oil used.

Watch out for this often deceptive food label marketing practice.

Often times the ingredients label will reveal the primary ingredients are soybean oil or canola oil.

The olive oil is often a secondary ingredient found in very small amounts.

And finally, I don’t buy pre-packaged dressing because it is so easy to make your own healthy salad dressing recipe.

So before I share today’s healthy salad dressing recipe, lets do a little test.

Go into your fridge right now and grab a bottle of store bought salad dressing.

I’d be willing to bet a good portion of the salad dressings in your fridge contain this ingredient:

Soybean oil

If you see soybean oil listed in your salad dressing ingredients, dump it out right now.

Why soybean oil is bad for you

Where do I start?

Well, soybean oil is a highly refined and genetically modified oil.

The refining process that soybean (and canola oil) go through, makes the polyunsaturated portion of these oils very oxidative and highly inflammatory in the body.

The ratio of omega-6s in soybean oil is also way to high and adds to the already imbalanced omega-6 to omega-3 ratio.

You see it as one of the first ingredients in many unhealthy salad dressings because it is so cheap.

This is one of the main reasons why soybean oil is used in so many store bought salad dressings.

If your goal is weight loss, stop consuming salad dressings that contain soybean oil.

A lot of store bought salad dressings also contain many different forms of hidden sugars and other chemicals you can’t even pronounce.

That’s all about to end today, because I’m about to share a homemade healthy salad dressing recipe for weight loss with you that tastes amazing.

Before we prepare this healthy salad dressing recipe for weight loss:

Complete these next few steps:

  1. Open your garbage can.
  2. Twist off the top of the salad dressing.
  3. Pour the salad dressing in the garbage.

Nice job.

Now we’re ready to make our homemade healthy salad dressing recipe for weight loss.

Salad Dressing Recipe For Weight Loss

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Healthy Salad Dressing Recipe
On today’s episode, I’m showing you how to make a healthy salad dressing recipe for weight loss, using all healthy real ingredients.
Salad Dressing Recipe For Weight Loss
Prep Time 2 minutes
Prep Time 2 minutes
Salad Dressing Recipe For Weight Loss
  1. Add all the ingredients to an empty salad dressing container or mason jar.
  2. Fill up the container with all the ingredients and shake to blend.
  3. Enjoy.
Recipe Notes

Nutrition Info (per 2 tbsp serving):

Calories: 98

Protein: 0g

Carbohydrates: 2g

Fat: 10g

What is Udo’s Oil and where can I buy it?

If you’ve never heard of Udo’s Choice EFA Oil Blend before, you need to add this to your grocery list.

Similar to extra virgin olive oil, Udo’s is a great source of healthy fat, but the difference is, it contains a blend of different healthy fat sources.

Extra virgin olive oil is a great source of antioxidants and monounsaturated fats, but it’s low in essential fatty acids (EFA).

Udo’s oil is higher in unrefined polyunsaturated fats with a healthy and balanced omega 3 to omega 6 ratio.

There are different kinds of Udo’s oil.

If you ever heard of DHA algae oil, it can be found in The DHA 3-6-9 blend of Udo’s oil along with organic flax oil, coconut oil, evening primrose oil, rice bran oil, oat germ oil, and bran oil.

You can find Udo’s Choice Oil Blends at most health food stores and some mainstream grocery stores.

If not, you can order it from Amazon here.

You can also use other EFA oil blends but just make sure they are cold-pressed as this protects the quality of the EFAs.

Be sure to never heat EFA oil blends.

Adding these two healthy oils together makes a delicious, super healthy, and complete fat source!

There is your homemade healthy salad dressing recipe for weight loss.

Lots of healthy fats and delicious taste.


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13 responses to “Healthy Salad Dressing Recipe For Weight Loss

  1. It Looks like you need a small funnel to get those ingredients in the bottle. It’ll make it easier for you. I can’t wait to try this dressing out, Looks tasty and something I would like. I’m not a fan of bottled dressings either. Thanks for sharing Brad.

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