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Kale Chips and the Cure for MS

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Welcome to Ditch the Wheat! Before you view the recipe I need to make sure you are aware of this. I hear it all the time... You're asking me to give up bread... Even my type 2 diabetic neighbour refuses to give up bread... There's so many reasons to ditch the bread: - gluten - GMO wheat - simple carbs (that cause weight gain) BUT it's so comforting to bite into a soft piece of bread smeared with butter. What if I told you there's bread you can eat that is Paleo and Keto friendly. --> CLICK HERE <--

What do kale chips have in common with curing Multiple Sclerosis?  A lot.  It is superfood.  I started eating kale chips after Jimmy Moore posted this video on his site.  I heard about kale chips before but I thought baked “lettuce” would taste funny.  It doesn’t taste funny it tastes AMAZING!

Please take a moment and watch this video first.  It will take 17 minutes and 47 seconds.  I promise you will not think about food in the same way.

TEDxIowaCity – Dr. Terry Wahls – Minding Your Mitochondria

I was in a health food store recently and I asked the sales lady if the store had coconut sugar.  She said no and asked me “what’s the benefit?”  I was stunned.  I just wanted to try to the sugar because when I researched palm sugar for my comparison page it apparently tastes like brown sugar and I felt that would be a better alternative than the Splenda Brown Sugar Blend.

Since then I’ve had the question “what is the benefit?” on my mind for everything I consume.  I want the foods I eat to heal my body, add a higher quality of life, be nutrient dense etc.

What foods are you including in your diet for a specific benefit?


Kale Chips and the Cure for MS

Author: Carol Lovett
Recipe type: Snack
Serves: 1-2
Ingredients
  • ½ bunch of kale
  • 1-2 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil (you need enough to coat the leaves)
  • Sea Salt (you can add any kind of flavouring – like nacho, all-dressed, garlic etc)
Instructions
  1. Wash & dry the kale.
  2. Using your hands or a knife separate the leaf from the stem. The stem does not bake well.
  3. Rip or cut the leaves into chip sizes.
  4. Place the kale in a bowl.
  5. Pour the olive oil over the kale.
  6. Sprinkle salt over the leaves. Sprinkle according to you preference.
  7. Place leaves on a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  8. Bake at 300 degrees for 20-30 minutes. *I found the more kale on the baking sheet the longer it takes for the chips to bake.
  9. After 15 minutes of baking watch the leaves carefully. If they burn they taste bitter.
  10. When the chips are crispy they are done. If you have some leaves that are still soft just put those back in the oven for a little longer.
  11. Snack away 😀

I want to leave you with these closing thoughts:

PSssTTTT ~ I also want you to know about the KETO Bread Cookbook. You can eat bread that is Paleo and Keto friendly. --> CLICK HERE <--

Are you getting benefits from the foods you eat?  Could you do more?

Enjoy,

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