Organic salmon fillet shallow-fried in organic butter so that the skin goes crispy (start flesh side down) will only take 5 minutes to cook.
On a bed of leaves with avocado and cucumber.
Eating at least 3 portions of oily fish gives you Omega3 fatty acids essential for a healthy brain, heart and eyes.
Place kale first in a baking dish and lay a boned and filleted wild sea bass fillet on the top. I also added some fennel.
The fish is seasoned with olive oil salt pepper and lemon.
The kale is also sprinkled with olive oil or if you wish, coconut oil.
Bake for about 15 minutes.
A delicious, low carb and healthy meal!
I suggest to my clients to commence each meal with a teaspoon of Sauerkraut to aid digestion and gut health. I’ve added some ‘good oil’ for additional Omega3 for its anti-inflammatory properties, healthy joints and brain function.
This homecooked breakfast consists of Portobello mushrooms, wilted organic spinach leaves, an organic 2-egg omelette cooked in coconut oil with chopped chives for added flavour and some Isle of Wight tomatoes.
Organic salmon is an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acid which is important for your body and brain.
Omega-3 can help
Adhd symptoms in children
Bone and joint health
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