Salmon is an excellent source of Omega 3 fatty acids and Vitamin D – both nutrients that are important in maintaining healthy joints and bones. Incorporating more Omega 3 fats into our diet, from fatty fish (such as salmon, tuna, or mackerel), walnuts and flax seeds, can have important health benefits and help to counter inflammation. General nutrition guidelines recommend at least two servings of fatty fish a week, but if you are battling any type of inflammatory condition, getting three or more servings a week may be a better target. Opt for wild versus farmed salmon for a leaner fish and a higher dose of Omega 3s. Aside from the health benefits though, salmon is an easy fish to prepare, and can turn an everyday meal into an elegant dining experience. This dish not only takes less than 30 minutes to prepare, but also tastes delicious, looks impressive, and adds a healthy dose of Omega 3s to your menu for the week!Total Time: 25 minutes
Ingredients:Two 5 – 6 oz. wild salmon fillets
Marinade/Sauce Ingredients:1 teaspoon (or ½ inch) minced ginger
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When we think of Thanksgiving side dishes, stuffing and potatoes come to mind. So, let’s talk potatoes!
Potatoes haven gotten a bad rap over the years due to protein and keto diets. When we think potatoes, we generally think carbs and calories. We often feel as though eating potatoes is splurging – like eating ice cream! But there is good news on that front!
Optimal health starts with a healthy digestive system, ensuring all body systems and organs are provided with the vital elements required for proper functioning. Studies are linking are our digestive health to the immune system, endocrine system, mental health, certain cancers, and skin diseases.