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Salmon And Salad

Most fish are known for their omega 3-fatty acids but this protein packed fish has many more nutritional benefits!

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Serves 3people
Ingredients
2
salmon filets
1
lemon
2
cloves garlic
1
red leaf lettuce
1
tomato
1
red bell pepper
1
tbsp olive oil
1
avocado
seasonings for taste
Directions
1.
Take a clove of garlic and chop it very finely. Put garlic and other seasonings on Salmon filets. Cut slices of lemon and also put on Salmon filets. Wrap the Salmon filets in Aluminum foil (so they keep the moisture in when baking) and set over to 325 and bake for 25 min. For the salad, chop avocado, bell pepper, and tomato and mix into the salad. For the dressing add the Olive oil, seasonings, lemon, and garlic. Pour over the salad and mix.
2.
Salmon is known for its Omega 3-fatty acids but its beneficial for your body in more ways than just one. Salmon contains small bioactive protein molecules (called bioactive peptides) that may provide special support for joint cartilage, insulin effectiveness, and control of inflammation in the digestive tract. Studies have shown that people who have at least one Omega 3 fish meal per week have improved cardiovascular benefits, improved mood and cognition, joint protection, eye benefits, and decreased cancer risk. Just improving your diet in little ways such as adding one fish meal per week can drastically improve your health and decrease your pant size.

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