Apple Salad Recipe

Apple salad recipe is a delicious way to increase the fibre for your colon. You will be astonished to read how much strong research there is proving that they help with everything from alopecia to athlete's foot. I am exaggerating, of course, but the old saying about keeping the doctor away is not far-fetched. It is based on good science.

Apple salad recipe

This page was last updated by Bernard Preston on 3rd March, 2020.

  1. 2 coarsely chopped apples, one red, one yellow. That will give your salad a beautiful patchwork of harlequin colours. Wash those not from your garden thoroughly to remove any chemical sprays.
  2. 1 stalk of chopped celery.
  3. Half a cup of tiny broccoli florets.
  4. One avocado cubed.
  5. A good few springs of parsley benefits. Actually I always chop them, then they get eaten. Most folk think its chief benefit is as a garnish.

Go wild when making your salads. Give vent to your creative imagination because the nutrition facts of apples are vast and proven.

Work on half an apple per person, so this recipe should easily feed four of your best friends.

Never feel inhibited by a recipe. So you love mint. Chop in a few of the fresh tips. Do you have none in your back yard? It's so easy to grow. Find a fellow gardener and do some swapping of herbs. We use it as a plant cover; it helps keeps the weeds back between our roses.

Do you really dislike parsley? Well, just leave it out.

  • 1 cup per person chicken squares. Aside: The best part of chicken from our standpoint is not the flesh but the carcass. Why?
  • One half-cup of coarsely chopped walnuts. Why are they the best?
  • 1 TBSP olive oil or homemade mayonnaise.
  • Raisins, pumpkin and sunflower seeds, and a handful of bean sprouts will enrich any salad.
  • A dash of allspice makes for something slightly different. Experiment with it; two identical apple salad recipe dish, one with and the other using another condiment.
  • 1 teaspoon of lemon-juice mixed with a couple teaspoons of unchlorinated water. I like my salads damp.

Apple Salad Recipe

Parsley benefits for the world's most popular but rarely eaten garnish.

The Renoir apple girl would approve of this salad.

They tell you that an apple tree is only a combination of chemical elements. I prefer to believe that God created it, and that it is inhabited by a nymph.

Pierre Auguste Renoir

Here is a bit of interesting trivia.

In ancient Greece, tossing an apple to a girl was a traditional proposal of marriage. Catching it meant she accepted.

I like that.


We feel quite strongly that you should avoid supermarket mayonnaises. Mostly they are made with solvent-extracted hydrogenated oils known to be associated with vestibular brain disease and vertigo, and generally are filled with a host of stabilisers, flavourants and colouring. It is important to read the labels, looking especially for trans fats.

Rather make your own, or it will spoil all the nutritional facts of apples that are so special. It is dead easy.

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Make a bed of salad greens, place the chopped apple, celery and broccoli; interesting new research shows that the young florets that form after the main head has been reaped, and even the flowers which incidentally are delicious are richest in the anti-tumour stakes, parsley and walnuts in a bowl. Combine your olive oil, allspice and lemon juice; and the water.

Toss the mixture with the apple mixture. Add your cubed chicken squares. Tofu makes a lovely, healthy protein alternative to meat or cheese on a salad. If you find it too bland, soak the pieces first in brandy. That will loosen your guests' tongues at your luncheon.

We think that over and above nutritious food as exemplified by apples, plenty of exercise is a non-negotiable. And the easiest and best way to start are the simple and profound benefits of walking.

Do you know what a Swedish stroll is? They take a little walk after meals, dinner particularly, to help with the digestion; less grumbles in the middle of the night. It also means the starch is turned into glycogen instead of glucose which would otherwise have been stored as fat.

Allergies are a huge problem for some folk.

They are triggered by an allergen, which is usually a protein that our bodies will not tolerate. Gluten, in wheat, is a big one; milk, nuts and shell fish are other common ones. There are many.

Scientists at the nestle research centre have discovered that mice allergic to milk protein experienced a much reduced response if they first fed them an apple extract. Giving it later in the day had little beneficial effect.

Of course they will soon be marketing the extract. How about enjoying an apple a day before your glass of milk, peanuts and bread?

Toss a mixture of chopped tomato, paprika and sweet peppers, red and yellow, on the dish; shallots and radishes too. Sprinkle a tablespoon of chopped young sweet basil leaves over the salad, or rustle up some homemade Pesto, easy, and add a handful of olives and perhaps some Feta cheese squares.

Dribble with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, and a few drops of water if you like it moist. I do. Yum.

"I have a hard time deciphering the fine line between boredom and hunger."

- Unknown

A side dish of bright salads

To really finish off your lunch, mop up the juice with some bread (and a little butter if your cholesterol is okay), and perhaps spread with Tahini, my favourite on a slice.

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Yes you'll notice a passion for Mediterranean food at our website; it not only tastes terrific, is easy to prepare, but also proven beyond all doubt to be friendly to your heart and nerves. Don't ring in all these changes overnight, just pick up a packet of olives, together with a bottle of tahini, or sesame seeds perhaps to start with.

And of course olive oil should be the queen of your table.

What are phytosterols?

What are phytosterols is an important question if you, like me, want to have your butter and eat it; they are compounds that a structure very similar to cholesterol, and compete at absorption sites.

This tomato salad would enhance your apple recipe.

Enjoy enough of lunches like that above, and apple salad recipe, and you need have no remorse about reverting to butter on your bread; I expect your like me find margarine absolutely ghastly. And so it is, and the latest collation of all research on the subject reveals that we should never have been pressured to give up dairy; it is a myth that it is the cause of obesity and heart disease.

But, what are phytosterols remains an important question; only then truly can you have your butter and eat it with abandon. Enjoy an apple salad recipe regularly.


To make your Apple Salad Recipe into a memorable meal you are going to need some more side dishes, and some dips. Tzatziki you can make in a flash, it will give your lunch a Greek touch. You can find the recipe at our Olive Bread Recipe page.

Olive bread recipe


A few slices of pickled beets go well with any APPLE SALAD RECIPE salad. Like apples, beets are filled with soluble fibre, the best solution for constipation.

In chiropractic, we are regularly faced with the constipated patient. Whilst a sacroiliac joint treatment adjustment can make a difference, should there be a fixation in the joint, getting more fibre in the diet in simple and quick ways is of the utmost importance. Our Apple Salad recipe with all the now-known-facts about apples is just one of those many delicious ways.

Of course there are enormous health benefits of juicing your apples or carrots, especially if you have a surplus growing in the garden. A glass of carrot juice to go with your apple salad recipe?

Pickled beets are God's gift to the constipated colon.

Nutritional facts about apples

Apples, mostly in the skin, are rich in pectin, the soluble fibre that gives you a happy bowel. On the side, it also inhibits the absorption of cholesterol, particularly the noxious LDL fraction.

There is now a mass of strong research proving the an apple-a-day does in fact keep the doctor away. It reduces cancer, improves breathing, helps babies with tummy troubles.

Plus it has a very low glycemic index, making it a highly desirable carbohydrate. The natural sugars in apples are absorbed very slowly, and do not provide an insulin rush.


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Every salad needs some oil, firstly to make it more palatable, and secondly you will be less hungry in a couple of hours' time. The healthy oils for a salad come from fish which is obviously not suitable for a salad, the olive and the avocado. All three should be regularly in your diet for the fatty acids essential for healthy nerves. 

Few things will finish off a salad better than a couple dips. They are mostly easy to make, and quick, but our hummus does require some planning: you will need to soak the chickpeas at least overnight, and cook for about an hour and a half. Thereafter it is a breeze. Each of these dips you can make in under ten minutes.

Avocado benefits include the management of relentless hunger whilst dieting.

Avocado Benefits and an Apple

Avocados are rich in the amino acid tyrosine that is vital for transfer of day to day events to our long term storage centres in the brain.

This is not small beer we're discussing; it's about having a healthy memory at eighty instead of premature senile dementia.

Apples are high on the cholesterol lowering stakes. Do you have a family history of heart attacks and stroke? Eat more apples.

choice foods

It is all about doing our level best, with the scientific nutritional research behind us, to reach a healthy eighty so we can enjoy the grandchildren and sit under the trees we once planted. The alternative is too ghastly to contemplate. Deceased at fifty with breast cancer or a stroke at sixty are the stark alternatives.

And the fact of the matter is that healthy choice foods taste divine.

Tabbouleh bulgar wheat

Ask any Lebanese person which salad is almost always on the summer lunch menu and they will certainly reply, tabbouleh. A mixture of parsley, mint, tomatoes, olive oil and lemon juice and, if available, bulgar wheat, otherwise just enjoy it with wholemeal bread.

Top 7 functional foods for your health

Top 7 functional foods for your health is a vitally important subject and it is no coincidence that apple salad recipe ranks highly.

Let's be honest eating a whole apple for breakfast is quite hard work. Perhaps keep a half for this quick curried chicken recipe.

An apple, eggplant and chicken recipe.

It may look a little like a dog's breakfast but it contains four of our top 7 functional foods for your health.

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