Salmon is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, high in protein, and an excellent source of vitamin B12! It has a less “fishy” taste/smell compared to most other fatty fish and can be prepared in so many different ways which makes it super versatile for meal planning. Try this recipe if you like a good crunch!
Here, I paired my salmon with steamed jasmine rice, oven-roasted kale, and a small side salad (not pictured). Some other options might include: baked sweet potato with cinnamon butter and a side salad; roasted rosemary potatoes and steamed broccoli; sliced French bread with butter and canned (drained and rinsed) vegetables; or a whole wheat dinner roll with a side of steamable frozen vegetables.
Golden Milk is a drink made with turmeric that is rooted in India’s natural system of medicine known as Ayurveda. Turmeric (AKA “Indian Saffron”) is considered a staple ingredient in Indian cuisine often used in curries. Curcumin is the well-researched component of turmeric with an array of health benefits, including immune support, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory functions. Curcumin is also responsible for this recipe’s rich orange-golden color! This Easy Golden Milk recipe takes about 5 minutes. It makes a nutrient-rich, golden drink that warms the heart and helps support your body’s natural immune function as part of a balanced diet.
Always consult with your physician or primary care provider before incorporating aspects of Ayurvedic therapy as there may be contraindications based on your health status, medications, and past medical history.