- 1 head Dino kale, stems removed and chiffinade
- 1 cup brussels sprouts, thinly sliced and roasted. Cool before adding to salad.
- 1 avocado, flesh removed and sliced
- 1 cup broccoli sprouts
- 1 cup raw macadamia nuts, crushed
- 1/2 cup chopped dill
- 1 cup cooked and cooled cauliflower rice
- Sea salt to taste
- 1 cup macadamia nuts
- 1 bunch fresh dill
- 1/2 tsp sea salt
- 1/2 clove garlic
- 1/2 lemon, juiced
- 1/2 cup pure olive oil
- 1/2 cup BodyBio Balance oil
Prepare all salad ingredients and toss in a large salad bowl. Generously top with the cell supportive creamy macadamia nut dressing and serve immediately.
Note – store additional salad dressing in the fridge in a dark, glass storage container.
Did you know that macadamia nuts are rich in oleic acid? Oleic is commonly referred to as omega 9 and is rich in olive oil. This fatty acid is needed to support healthy myelin production and maintenance. Myelin is a protective covering that twists around nerves (neurons), including nerves in the brain. Myelin is made of 70% fatty acids and roughly 30% protein. Oleic acid and Linoleic acid (rich in Balance oil) are two of the most important fatty acids to maintain myelin health. Enjoy this delicious salad knowing you are supporting your brain health!
Justine Stenger received her degree from the University of Alberta in Nutrition and Physical education. She proceeded to pursue a Holistic Nutrition/Therapeutic Chef certification from Bauman College. Justine has completed her Functional Medicine training through the Institute for Functional Medicine and is a Certified Functional Medicine Health Coach, certified through the Institute for Functional Medicine. Justine is a trained Bredesen (RECODE) practitioner and specializes in cell membrane medicine, and works primarily with patients who suffer with neurological conditions, mast cell activation syndrome, Lyme disease, and autoimmune disease.
Justine has worked beside Dr. Bruce Hoffman for the past 10 years and has supported hundreds of Dr Hoffman’s chronic, complex illness patients nutritionally.
University Of Alberta – Nutrition & Physical Education , IFM – Functional Medicine Trained, IFM -Bredesen Practitioner, The dr.Com -Certified Gluten Practitioner, Bauman College – Holistic Nutrition & Certified Therapeutic Chef, Institute For Functional Medicine – Certified Health Coach