For lunch, Dr. Budwig recommended a highly nutritious salad. She also suggested having whole grains or potato and a cooked vegetable. Most importantly, at lunch, have a second serving of the flax seed oil/cottage cheese mix as offered in the Breakfast recipes. If you can't eat all of these foods, I suggest having only the salad & afterward, the FOCC mix. We feature salad recipes here for lunch.
Start with a basic garden salad and add a variety of foods and flavors. This recipe video offers a new taste, plus many tips & suggestions.
This delicious salad offers the high-powered nutritional benefits of dandelion leaves along with the flavors of a variety of other health supporting foods.
This is a quick and highly nutritious salad that is refreshingly tasty.
This salad recipe provides complete protein by including beans and grains. Garbanzo beans are also called chickpeas.
This recipe offers a delightful variety of flavors with highly nutritious and healing foods. Even if you don’t care for beets or cabbage, when combined they create a delicious taste and are especially healthful.
Hearty, favorful and nutritious! This creamy soup is filling and comforting. Serve with a grain on the side.
Arugula is an excellent source of vitamins A and C, folic acid, calcium, manganese, and magnesium. Beets are especially good for the liver. Goat cheese is easy to digest. The combinations of flavors are a treat for taste buds.
For something different, try these veggie tortilla wraps filled with flavors that will leave you wanting more. Add sliced tomatoes as a side dish.
Dark, leafy greens are the most nutrient dense foods and make this meal highly nutritious as well as delicious.
When you're in a hurry, you could make a blender salad. We have a spicy recipe and a sweet one.
Enjoy the health benefits provided by vegetables with a rich concentration of phytonutrients combined with the protein from healthful raw nuts and the fiber and minerals of brown rice.