To celebrate February being Heart-Health Month and March Nutrition Month, I wanted to provide you a delicious, mouth-watering recipe from yours truly.
Wild-caught, not farmed, salmon is one of the more nutritious foods in the world. High in anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids, regularly consuming salmon can help reduce systemic inflammation and minimize your risk of cardiovascular concerns, such as atherosclerosis, hypertension and stroke.
How much salmon should you consume, you ask? About 3-4 ounces of salmon 2-3 times per week depending upon the individual.
Use this recommended serving size as a side dish to your favorite vegetables to provide your body with a balance of nutrients and health promoting fiber. Nutrient-dense foods allows your body to ward off disease and function more optimally mentally, physically and emotionally - giving your body the tools to enjoying life to its fullest.
Sautéed Salmon Recipe
Serves 2-3 people
Ingredients (amounts are estimates):
Just be sure to listen to your body and if you have any unwanted signs and symptoms. Address your health concerns with a qualified functional nutritionist that can help you reach your health concerns more quickly and efficiently.
Hello, my name is Stacy Phillips, licensed Functional Nutritionist and Holistic Health, Wellness and Strength & Conditioning Coach with a MS in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine practicing whole-foods nutrition and physical training to individuals around the globe.
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