The Body Miracle Salad Recipe – Weight loss foods

Do you sometimes feel “blah” and low on energy?

Having a hard time getting those excess pounds to budge?

Need a body “miracle”?

Well, I would like to share with you one of my best weight loss secrets. It is my ultimate 7 ingredient salad recipe.

You mix and match just seven ingredients to get 7 different salads. Eat one every day as one of your vegetable servings.

The salads are full of the ‘B’ and ‘C’ vitamins your body needs not only to lose weight but also to make energy.

The reason a lot of women are low on energy is because the foods they eat regularly are too high in salt, fat, and sugar (energy drainers) and too low on foods rich in ‘B’ and ‘C’ vitamins, and minerals zinc and iron (energy makers).

Your body can’t extract the energy from your food efficiently without these nutrients and the best way to get them is to eat them.

And if you have a high stress lifestyle, a good diet is essential because stress depletes these vitamins and minerals faster than just about anything else!

Okay, enough of the technical talk. Here is the recipe:

Ingredients

* 1 head of red cabbage
* 2 bags of mixed greens
* 3 red onions
* 4 cucumbers
* 5 carrots
* 6 plum tomatoes
* Low fat vinaigrette dressing

Salad #1: Marinated greens

2 cups of mixed greens marinated with ¼ cup of vinaigrette

Salad #2: Cucumber, tomato, and onion

Combine 1 peeled sliced cucumber, 1 plum tomato, and ½ sliced red onion with ¼ cup of vinaigrette

Salad #3: Mixed greens and tomato

Combine 1 cup of mixed greens and 1 plum tomato with ¼ cup of vinaigrette

Salad #4: Marinated tomatoes

Combine 2 sliced plum tomatoes and ½ cup of chopped red onion with ¼ c of vinaigrette

Salad #5: Marinated cucumbers and onion

Combine 1 peeled sliced cucumber and ½ sliced red onion with ¼ cup of vinaigrette

Salad #6: Coleslaw

Combine 2 cups of shredded cabbage with 1 cup of shredded carrots and ½ chopped red onion with ¼ cup of vinaigrette

Salad #7: Mixed salad

Combine 3 cups of mixed greens, 1 cup shredded red cabbage, 2 peeled sliced cucumbers, ½ cup of chopped onion, 2 sliced plum tomatoes, 1 cup sliced carrots, and ½ cup of vinaigrette

I hope you enjoy the recipe!

Kimberly Taylor

Author of the Take Back Your Temple program

P.S. Are you struggling with the challenges of emotional weight gain? Many people with emotional eating issues know what to do but have a hard time doing it. That is where you need positive support.

In the Take Back Your Temple program, you will get all the support you need to overcome the Spiritual and emotional battles of weight loss, connected in an encouraging Christian community.

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About the author 

Kimberly Taylor

Kimberly Taylor is a certified Christian life coach and has a heart to help others struggling with emotional eating and weight loss. Once 240 pounds and a size 22, she can testify of God’s goodness and healing power to overcome. She lost 85 pounds as a result of implementing techniques to overcome emotional eating and binge eating disorder.

Kim is the author of "The Take Back Your Temple Program," which teaches Christians how to take control of their weight God's way and the books "The Weight Loss Scriptures" and "The Weight Loss Prayers."

Kim has been featured in Prevention Magazine, Charisma Magazine and on CBN’s 'The 700 Club' television program.

  • Hi Kimberly! Found you while looking for energy foods; love your info. A few questions regarding the miracle salad. Is each recipe for 1 serving? I am nightshade free, so no tomatoes or store bought dressings (most food companies will tell me if they have nightshades, but many just tell me not to use their product). Is there a substitute for the tomatoes/would it make a difference to leave them out? And, do you have a recipe for low fat vinaigrette that I can make myself? Thanks for any help and I look forward to reading more on your website!

  • I was reading about your 7 salads and wanted to know if they are just that a salad with a meal or if the salad is the meal and can I sub the cucumbers for something els

    • Hi Wayne, the salad can be with a meal. As for substitutions – that is fine as long as the food you want to substitute is not a starchy one (potatoes, corn, pasta, bread products).

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