Real (Healthy) Mayonnaise

Real mayonnaise is a French invention made with virgin olive oil whipped with raw egg. The white goop sold in grocery stores, made with soybean oil and chemicals is not real mayonnaise, despite how familiar we are with it as a binder for canned tuna fish.

Gall bladders do not deal well with the commercial white goop, as it is hard for the gall bladder to break down and the body has absolutely no need for soybean oil.

So, here is a healthy alternative that you can try at home, courtesy of Healing

Paleo Macadamia Mayonnaise
Yield: 20 Tbsp. Serving Size- 1 Tbsp Active Time- 10 minutes
Total Time- 10 minutes


1 cup macadamia nut oil (try Olivado)
1 pastured egg
2 Tbsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/4 tsp. organic mustard powder


In a food processor or blender, combine egg, lemon juice, and mustard powder.
Very slowly, one tablespoon at a time, add in the macadamia oil while continuing to blend until oil and lemon mixture emulsifies.
Season with salt to taste and store in the refrigerator in an airtight container for one week.

Nutrition Information Per Serving
100 calories, 11 g fat, 1 g saturated fat, 10 g monounsaturated fat, 0.5 g polyunsaturated fat, 0 g sugar, 0 g carbohydrate, 0 g protein, 0 g fiber

You can try this recipe with olive oil to make the traditional French variety or experiment with other unrefined oils for gourmet flavors.

Let me know the results.

For a low-fat alternative for your tuna fish sandwich, use plain organic Greek yogurt. Yogurt also works for curried chicken and egg salad.

I am all about good food, which feeds the body and the soul. Processed, chemical junk food pleases only the tongue, and only for a moment.

As Gsa Gsa Gabor said, “A moment on your lips, forever on your hips.” Cheap processed foods also store in the cells, blocking natural processes and inhibiting cellular function. That is the breeding ground for disease states.

So, become a natural gourmet and enjoy a real food revolution at your house.