Radish and Carrot Ribbon Salad Recipe


You can’t get a better sign that it’s officially spring than this salad. In fact, this would make a great side dish for any spring brunches or celebrations.

But this salad isn’t just seasonal, it’s delicious and good for you too. It’s highly alkaline, nutrient-dense, and contains a ton of quercetin, which will help you fight any spring allergies you might be suffering from right about now.

Salads like this one are easy to make, take very little time, and are loaded with chlorophyll and minerals, the most important nutrient for the body.

If you’re craving sugar, you have mineral deficiency.  If you have brain fog, you have a mineral deficiency!  Add this salad, and watch your cravings dissipate.

[Stay tuned for my blog post on Thursday when I’ll share alternatives to allergy medications that are just as effective without all of the side effects.]

So give it a try and let me know what you think over on Facebook.


Ingredients [Serves 4]

2 bunches radishes, thinly sliced
6 carrots, thinly sliced into ribbons (a vegetable peeler works great)

1 bulb fennel, thinly sliced

Small handful parsley, chopped


3 tbsp. apple cider vinegar, or fresh lemon juice

1 tbsp. lime juice, fresh squeezed

1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil

1 garlic clove, minced

Directions:  Mix ingredients and toss with the salad dressing

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