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Catch Good Health!

Salmon is a key source for essential internal oils. Additionally, many vitamins, minerals, and nutrients are supplied to support our overall health. Many of these nutrients include:

  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin D
  • Selenium
  • Niacin
  • Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Protein & amino acids (bioactive peptides)
  • Phosphorus
  • Vitamin B6
  • Choline
  • Pantothenic acid
  • Biotin
  • And potassium.

So what are some of the health benefits that are power packed into this amazing fish?

  • Omega-3 in the Salmon offers as much as 2 grams of this amazing heart healthy oil in as little as a 4oz serving, baked or broiled. Additionally, small amounts of Omega-6 are provided.
  • The Omega-3 is known to assist in reducing the body’s inflammatory processes, including the digestive tract. It may also improve overall cellular function, and improve cellular and brain function.
  • The bioactive peptides may improve cartilage in joints as well as pancreatic insulin effectiveness.
  • Omega-3 participates in reducing risks of many cardiovascular problems such as heart attacks, arrhythmia, and elevated blood pressure.
  • Omega-3 has been known to reduce the risk of depression and anger or aggression and improve overall mood.
  • Omega-3 has been known to decrease eye problems such as macular degeneration and chronic dry eye.
  • Omega-3 fat is also associated with decreased risk for several types of cancer.
  • Selenium, an antioxidant nutrient, plays an important role in cardiovascular protection.
  • Vitamins A, D, B6, B, and E are also found in Salmon.
  • Additionally, small amounts of minerals such as calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium and phosphorous.

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To sum it up, Salmon helps you with:

  • Heart health
  • Brain health
  • Infants health
  • Blood quality and vessel function
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Immune boosting
  • Anti-Oxidant
  • Reduce tumors
  • And, Improving skin

So what’s not to like! Tasty, colorful, and healthy… Some of the varieties include:

  • Atlantic salmon
  • And, Pacific salmon which includes species such as: chinook, king, sockeye, coho and chum.

Some of the ways to prepare Salmon include:

  • Broiled
  • Baked
  • Sautéed
  • Or, Poached.

Eat Salmon:

  • As an entree
  • In a salad
  • OR, smoked as an appetizer

Top with:

  • Fruit puree
  • Dill weed
  • Lemon
  • Salt and pepper
  • Onion or garlic
  • Or, honey mustard sauce, to name a few.

One of my most favorite ways to eat Salmon is baked as an entrée and topped with pureed raspberry sauce. NOTE: cooking salmon with the skin on top and the meat downwards allows the fat from the skin to maintain moisture in the salmon when cooking.

*Since seafood contamination is such an extensive topic, I am not including it in this blog. Goggle for additional information about avoiding contaminated seafood.

For more great recipes and nutritional information, see Part II of Intestinal Health book www.intestinalhealthbook.com

 

About the Author : Mardell Hill

Mardell has over 17 years of experience in cleansing and has operated Clear Health since 2005.

“Colonic enemas are a detoxification opportunity for people seeking alternatives to laxatives and creating better bowel movement. Colon cleansing may be the most important step you take to establishing and maintaining optimum health.” –Mardell, certified colonic enema assistant.

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