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Pros And Cons Of Alkaline Diet Recipes

By Beth Shimanovsky

The alkaline diet consists of eating foods that are alkaline-forming. These food items create healthful rewards and permit the body to cleanse itself of unhealthy toxins while increasing nutrients essential for strong bones and organs. Those following the alkaline diet get slimmer safely at the same time that they get the nutrition necessary for active lifestyles. If you are anxious to begin, but uncertain of where to begin, try one of the alkaline diet recipes listed below.

Avocado Fruit Salad

This avocado fruit salad is delicious for lunch or a light dinner. Best of all, it has a very easy shopping list.

In a salad bowl, combine the following: ten ounces of pre-packaged mixed baby greens, four peeled and sliced grapefruit, two cups fresh sliced strawberries, two sliced star fruits, and four peeled and sliced kiwi fruits. Top with dressing made from one tablespoon of chopped basil leaves, one tablespoon of lime juice, two tablespoons of raspberry vinegar, one and half tablespoons of olive oil, one teaspoon of grated lime peel, one half teaspoon of dry mustard, and one quarter teaspoon each of salt and pepper. Mix well with a whisk, pour over fruit and greens, and add avocado slices. This alkaline diet recipe serves eight.

Lime Stir Fry

This alkaline diet recipe for lime stir fry is an easy, scrumptious, and super quick dinner.

In a skillet with a tablespoon of olive oil, cook a head of broccoli, a couple of snap peas, half a head of red and white cabbages, and green beans. Cook until the vegetables become soft, but not limp. Position the vegetables over rice, and top with sauce made from two tablespoons of crushed coriander, one third cup of lime juice, and one quarter cup of chilies. Combine well.

Broccoli Soup

Here is an alkaline diet recipe for a scrumptious alkaline diet broccoli soup. Steam a complete head of broccoli until tender, drop into a blender with one peeled and seeded avocado, some uncooked spinach leaves, a diced red onion, and one stalk of celery. Mix all ingredients until smooth, add a dash of salt and pepper, and serve.

These are only three of the scrumptious and health-packed alkaline diet recipes that you can enjoy on the alkaline diet. Find out for yourself which vegetables and fruits you like the most to create some of your own luscious alkaline diet recipes.

Beth writes about health and nutrition for her Alkaline Diet Blog. Check it out now to discover the truth about the alkaline diet recipes.

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