Weightloss and Superfoods: Salmon

Aug 16

Weightloss and Superfoods: Salmon

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Sigh. Not quite the results I was hoping for, but with the N.A.V.Y challenge starting up this Saturday I’m looking forward to getting some better results! Why not come along for the journey? Simple habits each week that set us on the path to healthy weight loss and better energy.

I’m very excited about this week’s superfood!  I adore Salmon!  Let’s take a look at why this is such a great food for your diet:

Salmon, as well as other “oily” or “fatty” fish such as tuna, mackerel, trout, sardines and herring, are loaded with polyunsaturated fats known as Omega-3 fatty acids which help prevent heart disease and stroke by lowering the body’s rate of blood clotting.

In addition to being one of the best sources of these Omega-3 fatty acids, Salmon is also a great source of:

These Omega-3’s, so abundant in salmon, are thought to help prevent cancer, including prostate and breast cancer, as well as arthritis and other inflammatory diseases like psoriasis.  They also help to h to reduce menstrual cramps, prevent depression,  help protect against Alzheimer’s disease, help stabilize blood sugar, and prevent hunger pangs.

When choosing Salmon, you’re better off eating wild salmon rather than farmed salmon.

Not sure how to serve it?  Try these yummy recipes!

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