Healthy Fast Food Recipes
Change from Bad to Good

What do we mean with healthy fast food? Fast food is very popular. Truly, due to lack of time it is very often a cosy way to appease our hunger.

However, classic fast food is a bad choice and you should find a better and healthier solution.

On we explain why you should do that and we offer also healthy and exclusive fast food choices.

Here are verified facts and ideas by Mrs. Savina A. Ritter, a face force yoga master, a writer, and nutritionist:

A Starter Drink



Yellow Pizza

Crispy Vegetable
and Almonds

Kale Chips

A Drink
After the Feast

Fast food and health are closely related. The biggest health risk of fast food is usually a result of following unhealthy facts of fast food:

- Usage of wrong fats – over burned oils and margarine

- Usage of white sugar – due to a better taste it is practically added to every single hamburger

- Thermal over processed foods that do not contain even a bit of good nutritious substances any more

- Usage of gluten rich carbohydrates

- And much more …

Here are only a few known fast food health problems:

- Acidosis

- Problems in thyroid gland activity

- Increased number of various allergic disorders

- Fast food and obesity – fast food causes obesity, which is a big general problem all over the world

- And much more …


Therefore, here you can find recipes for gluten free healthy fast food, which is full of nutrients for a proper body activity and at the same time energetic enough that you can even dig ditches.

Change pizza dough to polenta or buckwheat dough and enjoy gluten free fast food.

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The Healthiest Recipes and Ideas for
the Right Healthy Fast Food Choices

A Drink Before the Feast


• 1 tsp Turmeric (Curcuma longa)
• ½ tsp Cinnamon
• ½ tsp Green Tea leaves
• ½ eco Lemon, with lemon peel
• pinch of Cayenne Pepper
• 1 tsp Honey (optional)



Put all ingredients into a blender machine, and blend them up well. Pour over 0,5 l cold water and that’s it.

Healthy Fast Food Salads - Tzatziki


• 1 bio creamy Greek Yoghurt
• 1 Cucumber
• 1 tsp Olive oil
• 1 bulb Garlic
• 1 tsp Dill



Scrub a cucumber into tiny pieces and crush a garlic bulb. Put all ingredients into a bowl, and mix them. In no time, you get a beautiful healthy fast food salad.



• 4 cups Chick peas (Garbanzo beans)
• 2 Eggs
• 3 bulbs Garlic
• ½ tsp ground Cumin
• 2 tbsp ground Sesame
• 1 tsp ground Coriander
• some Lemon juice
• 1 smaller bunch Parsley
• 3 tbsp Buckwheat flour
• pinch of Cayenne Pepper (optional)
• some Coconut oil



Soak chickpeas in water overnight and cook it afterwards until it is very soft. Put it into a blender together with other ingredients (except oil), mix them well, and form flat-form balls. Roast them quickly in coconut oil.

Yellow Pizza


• 150 g Polenta (ecologically grown, if possible)
• 4 slices smoked Cheese, goat or cow
• 1 tsp Coconut oil
• 1 tsp Capers
• 4 black Olives
• pinch of Himalayan salt



Pour dry polenta into a smaller pan (without any oil) and roast it for about 30 minutes until it smells good.

Pour over approx. 1,5 dl water, salt it, and leave it for approx. one minute to cook. Displace cooked polenta to a plate.

Put into the pan coconut oil, melt it, and warm it up. Put polenta back into the pan, on oil, dispose it nicely over the whole surface, and smooth it. Put on cheese, capers, and olives, and cover with a pan cover.

Bake it on medium temperature for a few minutes until cheese is melted.
And … healthy fast food yellow pizza is done.

Crispy Vegetable and Almonds


• 1 big Carrot
• 1 Zucchini
• 1 smaller yellow Kohlrabi (Turnip-cabbage)
• 1 tsp Agave syrup or Honey
• pinch of Himalayan salt
• 1 tbsp Coconut oil
• 100 g Almonds
• 1 tbsp Soya sauce



Slice a carrot and a zucchini into rings (not too thin and not too thick) and cut a kohlrabi into squares.

Put everything into a dehydrator, pour over agave syrup (or honey), sprinkle with salt and oil, and dehydrate for about 5 hours.

Or you can bake spiced pieces in an oven on temperature 150°C (302°F) for about 45 minutes until they are crispy.

Pour soya sauce over almonds and dehydrate / bake them with other vegetable.

Divine Kale Chips


• Kale leaves
• pinch of Himalayan salt
• 1 tbsp Olive oil OR Coconut oil
• other spices – according to your taste and wishes



Wash and dry kale leaves, remove pith in the middle, cut them into wide strips, and put them into a bowl. Sprinkle over oil and spices and rub them well into the stripes.

Put such stripes into a dehydrator and dehydrate them for about 5 hours. Due to low temperatures, all enzymes will be preserved.

You can also bake spiced kale stripes in an oven on temperature 150°C (302°F) for about 45 minutes until they are crispy. If you decide for baking, you should better take coconut oil.

A Drink After the Feast


• 1 tsp Green Clay



Pour clay into a glass of tepid water, stir, and drink.

You see, you have a choice. You can keep consuming gluten rich health hazardous dishes, or you can start enjoying tasty and healthy fast food. The decision is yours!

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