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Updated Waldorf Salad

There's nothing wrong with a good old Waldorf Salad (except probably too much mayonnaise dressing). But what if you took the same ideas--creamy dressing, lettuce, crunchy sweet fruit, and chopped nuts--and created a salad with super antioxidant power: selenium in Brazil nuts, and quercetin in red apples and red onion? The results are as tasty as they are healthy.

Navajo Pumpkin-Nut Loaf

Serve this pumpkin-nut cake with apple butter for dessert or tea. It would even make a nice lunch or brunch dish topped with a mild-flavored cheese and toasted for open-faced sandwiches.

Sushi Rice Salad

For many people, the best part of sushi is the vinegared rice that goes into it. The type of rice used to make sushi is a short-grain rice with a slightly higher starch content than that of long-grain rices, which helps it stick together when it’s formed into a log or a roll. Here’s a salad based on the flavors of sushi (rice vinegar, wasabi, pickled ginger), along with a good helping of spinach. Look for sushi rice at Asian markets and some supermarkets. Of course you could make this salad with regular long-grain rice, as well.

Dilled Green Bean & Mushroom Salad

Canned sliced water chestnuts are a quick way to add a bit of heft as well as crunch to a vegetable salad.

Root Vegetables with Peanut Sauce

We added some other root vegetables here to complement the flavor of the burdock as well as fill out the dish, since burdock can be quite expensive.

Dr. G's World-Famous Nut Mix

To avoid overindulging in this treat, portion out 1/4 cup servings into individual plastic bags. All nuts should be unsalted.

Creamy Tarragon Garlic Dressing

Creamy dressings aren't always made with cream, but with tofu and soy milk as its base, this Green-Goddess-style dressing is exceptionally healthful as well as dairy-free. There's enough olive oil to make the dressing adhere to the salad greens, and plenty of flavor from blanched garlic, Dijon mustard, and tarragon.

Amino Fuel® 2000

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• 2000 mg branched-chain amino acids, L-Carnitine and peptide-bonded, and free amino acids per tablet!
• High-tech protein that is easily digested, absorbable and utilizable to maximize growth and optimize protein synthesis*

How It Works: 

Twinlab® Amino Fuel® tablets are an amino acid supplement containing a high tech anabolic formula with 2000 mg (per tablet) of branched-chain amino acids, L-Carnitine and peptide-bonded and free form amino acids. All of these readily absorbable amino acids come from the highest quality whey and egg white proteins.

Research shows that when taken orally, peptide-bonded amino acids increase nitrogen retention and are superior for achieving optimum muscle growth.*

Suggested Use: 

Take 2-4 tablets daily with each meal or as recommended by a professional trainer. For best results, use as part of a proper diet and exercise program. These tablets may be difficult to swallow. Please break tablet in half and crush into powder with a pill crusher prior to swallowing with plenty of water.

Product Specs:
Size/Count: 50, 150
Form: Tablet

Also available as: Amino Fuel® liquid or Amino Fuel® 1000 150 or 250 Tablets

WARNING:
Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Consult a health care professional before use if you are taking any medication or have any medical condition. Not recommended for use by individuals under the age of 18 without parental permission. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.



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