Serving salad is a common means of adding enzymes and freshness to our meals. Surely none of us can argue with a big plate of fresh, organically grown produce! But, might we improve upon it by the addition of a salad dressing teeming with enzymes and probiotics? There are a few options for creating a salad dressing that contains live, active cultures that you can prepare in your own kitchen.
Anti-inflammatory Pain Relief Smoothie: Put this on your list of anti-inflammatory recipes! All ingredients help to reduce inflammation in the body, and have a “cooling effect” as well. Pineapple is well known for it’s famous pain relieving enzyme “Bromelain” which is concentrated in the core of the fruit and has been isolated into supplement form to treat inflammation and pain naturally.
Fresh Goat Cheeses - Made from goat's milk, also referred to as chèvre, is available in diff shapes & is often rolled in cracked peppercorns or herbs for flavor. Char by a sharp & tangy flavor, its texture can be soft, creamy, dry, or firm. Wine Recommendations Sancerre: dry white wine from the Loire Valley of France. Try Lucien Crochet Sancerre. Sauvignon Blanc: A white wine from the Loire Valley region of France and New Zealand. Try Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc or Jolivet Pouilly-Fumé.
Cabbage contains several cancer fighting properties, including lupeol, sinigrin sulforaphane, which may help trigger enzyme defenses inhibit tumor growth. Due to its high amount of Vitamin C, cabbage helps strengthen the Immune System help the body fight against free radicals. Red cabbage contains vitamin K anthocyanin, an antioxidant to help reduces plaque on the brain, thus can help prevent Alzheimers disease. #dherbs #healthtips http://liverbasics.com/high-liver-enzymes.html
Here are simple steps on how to make fermented vegetables, and ways on how you can customize the recipe to include the ingredients that you like. http://probiotics.mercola.com/fermented-vegetables-recipes.html