Better your mood food @ Jan’s Kitchen:
~~~Oven roasted wild caught king salmon
~~~Chopped romaine/red and green cabbage/carrot salad with a creamy vinaigrette dressing
~~~Baby carrots with a maple glaze
Salmon is one of the “fatty” fishes that contain a large proportion of calories as fat.
These fats are primarily Omega-3 fatty acids, which most people don’t get enough of.
Eating oily fish like salmon 1-2 times per week pretty much satisfies your body’s need for Omega-3 fats.
Additionally, salmon is very rich in high quality proteins and many nutrients. These include Potassium, Selenium, Vitamins B1, B3, B6 and B12.
Eating fatty fish regularly is associated with a lower risk of dementia and cardiovascular disease.
Even those who are not always wild about eating fish, often like salmon. This big salmon was eaten for many many of our dinners! Eat salmon a few nights a week.