Recipe for Homemade Italian Dressing

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Dr. Berg and wife Karen show you how to make homemade Italian dressing. The recipe is amazing.

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Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University.

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Comments

Lucy Milton says:

Another great one to try. I’m getting sick of salad, because I’m getting sick of the only salad dressing I make. Thanks so much. Enjoy these videos, with you two, heaps!

Juçara Maas says:

Dr. Berg, I love you too. 🙂

Mary Humbarger says:

Hello GOD BLESS THANK YOU

annemyashea says:

Don’t smile Karen hehe thanks for dressing recipes

Liz The green says:

Rico mmmm I feel like eating salad. Thanks for sharing

Anony Mouse says:

looks delicious. We love Karen!!!!!

ipnotiK from Italy says:

I’m Italian and I love arugula, I’ll give this dressing a shot (Maybe I’ll also add a sprinkle of turmeric, though).

SoHood 2bFree says:

I love you Dr Berg. your wife is beautiful too and I am glad you guys are happy

Charles Martin says:

Man Dr.Berg you 2 are so cute I start off laughing and you just make me feel good .

Nazeeda Kors says:

Going to make this! Looks delicious

RWS says:

It’s hard to distance ourselves from the bad grains, processed salt, sugars and hidden toxins including antifreeze and worse it’s a complete gamble when it comes to choosing foods to get the full list of essential nutrients required for our health. Who can we trust anymore for healthy meals?

Natasha Mudford says:

Please do a recipe video for a “wilted” salad. Usually involves warm bacon grease (among other oils), poured over fresh spinach leaves… definitely keto friendly!

RVA FOX says:

getting fancy with your videos now. really like!

Karen Reknuoy says:

Awesome!!! Love these recipes!!! Karen…..you look amazing and I adore your sense of fun <3 <3

Benedetta Maroni ponti says:

Dear dr Berg and wife ,i love your recipe and videos but please don’t call this sauce “italians”,cause in Italy never seen a similar dressing. Thanks from the real italian good food lovers!

Athletic 101 says:

Eric Berg, can you make a video about flouride? if you use it and what’s your opinion of it?

Dawn_PiggieMama16 says:

Thank you Dr. Berg for all your information. My husband and I are now careful to read labels, as he can’t have corn and I’m highly allergic to peanuts. What I didn’t know was I was inadvertently consuming peanut oil because the brand of olive oil I was using cut their extra virgin olive oil with that oil. My husband was having issues as well, almost 95% of the products on shelves, including organic products, contain some type of corn or soy. Now we’re hyper vigilant when reading labels. It’s amazing how many forms corn and soy can take, in what appears to be innocuous. We were both suffering from bloat, myself from daily outbreaks of hives and angioedema, now we know why.

Denise Eskridge says:

thanks for sharing God bless

Jason Waggoner says:

Hey thank you for the recipe.  How long would that dressing keep for in the fridge?

Jay Love says:

E.B. can you give me info on black seed oil? You guys are great, I watch all of your videos, thanks.

Beth Wolfe says:

Thank you!!!!

Gonzo says:

yuck,soy beans……good reason i’m very happy for this recipe!

FruitsHeal says:

Love the vid!  🙂  I must try it. Today is my first day on the Adrenal Body Type program so good healthy dressings it a must.

Mrs Upchurch says:

Is it light olive oil or extra virgin?

houndjog says:

1 C olive oil, 1/4 C white wine vinegar, 2 Tbsp red wine vinegar, 2 Tbsp chopped garlic, 2 Tbsp chopped onion, 2 Tbsp red bell pepper, 1 tsp grey poupon Dijon Mustard, 1 tsp salt, 1/4 tsp fresh oregano., 1/4 tsp marjoram, 2 pinches red chili pepper.,

Jan Binas says:

Great! been looking for a good recipe

Jack attack says:

aaaahhhh that intro is soo cute. You guys are adorable. love the recipes too!

Cheryl Gerard says:

you are my new favorite 🙂

Yamar Blackburn says:

Thank you

Sylvi Bahr says:

The closeup of the salad made it look very tasty. Keep up the fun and useful videoes.

Omar Von Gimbel says:

Do you have any salad dressing recipes that do not use vinegar? I took a vow and don’t eat vinegar.

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