January 12, 2016

Day 12: Italian Baked Salmon and Healthy Fats


Lukasz Kowalewski
 Trying to navigate all of the contradictory nutritional information out there can be rough.  We want to help you get educated.  Knowledge is the power that will get you motivated to continue on a path towards health and wellness.  

For your convenience, we have included links to 3 websites containing detailed information on Healthy fats and how to include them in your diet.  And at the end of our post we give you a delicious recipe that you can try today.
 
1. Precision Nutrition: All About Healthy Fats

2. Web MD: Healthy-Fat Foods

3. Simple Green Smoothies: How to Add Healthy Fats to Your Green Smoothies 

As you can see, there are many ways to add healthy fats and Omegas to your diet.  Surprisingly, one of our family favorites is baked fish.  We prefer wild caught Salmon or Tilapia.  Our recipe is so simple:


 Italian Baked Fish

 Preheat Oven to 400 degrees
  • Arrange frozen fish fillets on a baking sheet lined with aluminum foil sprayed with olive oil.   
  • Add fresh cut vegetables( zucchini, carrots, corn, asparagus, onion, etc)  all around the sides of the fish.  Drizzle with salt and olive oil.
  • Bake for about 20 mins or until fish no longer looks raw.  Do not overcook.
  • Pull out of the oven, drizzle fish and vegetables with favorite Italian dressing.  
  • Bake another 5-7 mins. 
  • Serve with bread, beans or rice on the side.  
 
Enjoy!  xo-Heather
Be sure to comment below and let us know how you include healthy fats to your diet.  We would also love to answer any questions you have as well.   

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