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Simple Summer Slaw from Dr. Doug Graham

Posted May 09 2012 9:16pm

Here is a fun recipe to add to your next summer cookout!

Simple Summer Slaw

  • 1/4 green cabbage
  • 1/4 red cabbage
  • 5 stalks of celery
  • 1 large cucumber
  • 1 mango or large peach
  • 3 medium tomatoes
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 tbs caraway seeds
  1. Shred cabbage and celery using the “S” blade of a food processor
  2. Peel and finely cut the cucuber
  3. Cut one tomato into 1-inch cubes
  4. Blend the remaining two tomatoes with the avocado, mango, and caraway seeds.
  5. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl and serve.
  6. Optionally, you can add a small amount of mint, cilantro, lime juice, or chives to taste.

It comes from Dr. Doug Graham. Here is a little info about Dr. Graham. You may have heard about his 80/10/10 diet.

In the ever-evolving world of fitness, athletes (professional and amateur alike) are constantly looking for new tactics and techniques to give them that competitive edge. While nutrition and a healthy lifestyle are nothing new to these athletes’ success, there is a secret weapon out there, that the fittest and most well known athletes have been working with for years, and who is now ready to make his public debut.

Dr. Doug Graham is a living legend within the world of health and fitness, and professional athletes have implemented his teachings and philosophies for more than 30 years now. As the founder of FoodnSport ( www.foodnsport.com ) and the author of the wildly popular The 80/10/10 Diet ( http://foodnsport.com/shop/ books/the-80-10-10-diet.php ), Graham promotes an entire healthy lifestyle through fitness, mental well-being and a raw vegan diet.

Among the many athletes Graham has worked with, one of the most notable is tennis legend Martina Navratilova. Graham was primarily responsible for her food and nutrition and liaised with all of her coaches in order to make sure that the nutrition focus was streamlined, in order to be most effective.

Other notable athletes that Graham has worked with include, but are not limited to:

Ohenewa Akuffo: Current 11-time Canadian National Champion wrestler, with 2016 Olympic prospects.

Bruce Hamilton: Professional bowler on the PBA tour.

Michael Arnstein: Amateur competitive runner and ultra-marathoner, with Olympic hopes for 2012.

Ronnie Grandison: Former NBA legend.

Matt Starling: World-Class Power Lifter; renowned drug-free StrongMan, who recently dropped 65 pounds on the 811 Diet.

Graham works with these athletes in the areas of diet, nutrition, and culinary skills, in addition to acting as their Health Coach. From food to attitude, from mental health to emotional stability to training strategies, Graham covers it all.

And a few of his tips.
Eating (healthfully) without cheating. Beat the cravings and you’ll effortlessly stick to your plan.
1. Start all your meals with fresh fruit. Remember, fruit is the ultimate health food, and better than fast food, fruit is instantaneous food.2. If you crave sweets between meals, you didn’t eat enough fresh fruit at the previous meal.3. If you crave complex carbohydrates, you didn’t eat enough fresh fruit at the previous meal.4. If you crave heavy foods at the end of the meal, you didn’t eat enough fresh fruit at the meal.5. If you crave sweets at the end of the meal, you didn’t eat enough fresh fruit at the meal.6. If you crave salty foods, ever, you are not eating enough fresh vegetables.
Dr. Doug GrahamThe 80/10/10 Diet FoodnSport.com

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