July Recipe of the Month

Recipe of the Month:
Asian Slaw with Shrimp
Serves 2 ∞ Prep time 15 minutes.
Approximately: Kcals 346  ∞ Protein 30 g  ∞ Carbs 8 g  ∞Fat 13 g

Ingredients for salad:
6 ½ cups (14 oz) of shredded green cabbage
6 ½ cups (14 oz) of shredded red cabbage
12 radishes, finely sliced
2 scant cups of bean sprouts
2 cups of cooked peeled shrimp
2 tablespoons of chopped peanuts
2 tablespoons of chopped cilantro leaves

Ingredients for Dressing:
Zest and juice of 1 lime
*2 teaspoons of raw honey
2 teapsoons of sesame oil
½ red chili, seeded and chopped
¾ inch piece of ginger root, peeled and grated.
*Original recipe used stevia instead of honey

Dr. Schmidt tips: Shrimp is a great source of protein and vitamin B 12. Quality matters with shrimp, avoid farm raised shrimp as any farm raised seafood is not great for your health. I love cruciferous veggies, for even more a nutrient packed punch try adding raw broccoli!
Health fact: Cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable and therefore loaded vitamins and nutrients. Cabbage is full of fiber, B vitamins, Vitamin K, and calcium and magnesium.
Fun fact: According to Whalefacts.org: “shrimp often develop mutually beneficial relationships with sea cucumbers or sea slugs in order to remove any ectoparasites.”

Recipe from the hunger type diet. Lowri Turner. Nourish Books. 2015.

Fun fact: Shrimp facts. Whalefacts.org. 2018. Accessed on 07/05/2018

Health fact: 20 Amazing Benefits & Uses of Cabbage. Organicfacts.net. 2018. Accessed on 07/05/2018.

20 Amazing Benefits & Uses of Cabbage