Super Sprout Chicken Salad
This is one of my favorite Sprout Chicken salad recipes and it is great for anyone that is looking to avoid nightshade vegetables and high FODMAP veggies. It is low carb and loaded with good fats, anti-oxidants and clean proteins.
Super Sprout Veggie Chicken Salad
Yield 2-3 servings
4 Handfuls of Organic Spring Mix
1-2 Carrots, diced or grated
6 Radishes, diced up or grated
1 Cucumber, diced up
2-4 Handfuls of Sprouts – Broccoli, Kale, Arugula, etc.
½ - 1 cup of Pitted Black Olives
8-12oz of pre-cooked organic chicken breast strips
1 fresh squeezed lemon
4 tbsps of extra virgin olive oil
2 tbsps. of dried oregano
1 inch of fresh turmeric, grated
1 inch of fresh ginger, grated
1 tbsp of Himalayan sea salt
Pinch of black pepper
1 Avocado – diced up into cubes
Step #2: Mix it all together for 2-3 minutes to blend it all together.
Prep: 5 mins
***Nutritional info does not include optional ingredients.***
***The nutrition info for this recipe is based on the linked ingredients above**
Courses Lunch or dinner
Serving Size 2 cups
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Total Fat 28 g
Total Carbohydrates 14 g
Dietary Fiber 5 g
Sugars 5 g
Protein 42 g
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Dr Jockers Comments:
This is a great recipe for anyone on an autoimmune nutrition plan, phase II of our Digestive Health restoration program or the Cancer Cleanse program. If you are on the digestive health plan, than be sure not to add the avocado in until phase III, when you are able to add that back.
This recipe is loaded with powerful anti-oxidant phytonutrients that destroy cancer stem cells and detoxify bad estrogen metabolites. Do your best to get these ingredients organic in order to avoid any toxic pesticides and herbicides.
If you are struggling with digestive issues, be sure to grate the carrot and the radishes to make them easier on the digestive system. Black olives are typically well-tolerated and are a great source of good fats.
Cruciferious sprouts such as broccoli, kale and arugula are the most nutritious. Look for the ones that are available to you at your local health food store or farmer’s market. You can also find dried ginger and turmeric at your health food store or Farmer’s market. If you are unable to find it, you can also use the ground form.
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