My thoughts are with you and your loved ones during these uncertain times. Like so many of us, I have a heavy heart as I hear each day about the impact of COVID-19 on us all. I am sincerely inspired as I see our local communities, our nation and the world coming together to fight this pandemic.
As we know, our best lines of defense right now are to thoroughly and frequently wash our hands, keep surface areas clean, stay home, practice social distancing, and be mindful of our own self-care.
To make it easier and safer to support your nutritional supplement needs we are currently providing:
Please know that I am part of your community and dedicated to supporting you through this unprecedented time. Stay safe and know that we will get through this together.
To our health,
I have been eating Dandelion since I’ve been a little girl. And I have loved sweets since then too! If you are like me and you have a sweet tooth, managing your inclination to grab something sugary with bitter or astringent foods, like dandelion, is helpful. Dandelion may look like a weed, but its nutritional composition really makes it shine as a medicinal remedy. It has been used for irritated skin, indigestion, blood pressure and immunity as well as balance disorders of the gallbladder, liver, and kidney. 1 cup boasts high levels of vitamin A, C, and K as well as essential electrolytes like potassium, calcium, and magnesium. It’s no wonder it’s one of my favorite beauty foods! If eating dandelion is new for you, this salad will make you an easy convert. The bitter dandelion is balanced with the neutral butter or romaine lettuces while the mint adds a tone of freshness and sweetness. Pour on the flavanol-rich Dande Dressing below to add a luscious, creamy layer of flavor. Add any remaining dressing to “zoodles,” or as a topping over poached eggs. Enjoy!
Add all ingredients to a food processor or high-speed blender and blend until smooth texture is achieved about 2 minutes.
Store in an airtight glass jar in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.