We are an accumulation of the foods that we eat. Sharing this delicious and hydrating salad that you can eat if you’d like a change from the common leafy green salads and water. It contains fruits and veggies such as a red and yellow bell pepper, oranges, dill, radishes, grapes, sunflower seeds, cucumbers, cilantro and hemp seeds. The benefits of eating your water instead of drinking it is that it won’t flush out the vital vitamins and nutrients and the juicy ingredients offer a slow release of hydration that can last throughout the day. Having enough liquid is important for our skin, it maintains the body temperature, helps with digestion and more. Our body’s water content is 60% and it helps with efficiency to consume foods with a water content that’s higher than our body’s water content.
Why should you chew your water? Drinking too much water will flush out both toxins and the vital elements that you body needs. Drinking too much water dilutes you, it’s better to eat liquids so that you can live with more sophistication. When your body is fully hydrated you’ll be able to think faster, be more focus, expand clarity and creativity because water helps electricity and signals flow through your body. When I wake up in the morning the first think I do is drink water with lemon in it, and my first meal of the day includes fruits because I strongly value optimizing my body to perform as well as it can. You can enjoy this hydrating salad any time of day, including as the first meal of the day.
Making your own oil free salad dressing might be healthier than the commercial salad dressings because you can feel assured that it won’t contain dairy and the refined oil that’s devoid of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Let’s keep things simple and delicious! One of the easiest ways to make a delicious salad dressing is to include mustard and apple cider vinegar as a base. I’d describe the flavor of this recipe as sweet, fruit, salty and fulfilling.