Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Why You Should NEVER Use Store-Bought Salad Dressing

Whether you're in weight loss mode or not, there are two reasons you should NEVER buy store-bought salad dressing (the food industry is gonna love this post!).
  1. They contain too much sugar.
  2. Almost all store-bought salad dressings contain heavily refined soybean oil and/or refined canola oil, both of which are VERY unhealthy.
I'll use the example of salad dressing I used to buy; interesting that it says "fat free" when it contains canola oil.

Here are the ingredients in Olde Cape Cod Balsamic Vinegarette: water, red wine vinegar, balsamic vinegar, sugar, cider vinegar, salt, canola oil, garlic spice, xanthan gum, mixed tocopherols, natural flavor and caramel color.

2 tablespoons of this dressing contains 5 grams of sugar. No one uses just 2 tablespoons of salad dressing!

So, besides being a processed food (xanthan gum is a thickener), Ode Cape Cod Balsamic Vinegarette contains a lot of sugar and a touch of canola oil. Do you want to be consuming this chemical concoction that's poisoning you?

What To Use Instead For Salad Dressing
Don't eat the processed, sugary, unhealthy salad dressing. Make it yourself in under 5 minutes.

Click HERE for a Healthy-Fat Blend Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing. The recipe calls for real maple syrup; use as little as possible to still add flavor to your dressing.



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