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How To Incorporate Salmon In Your Diet And Why You Need It!

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One of the most popular fish that you can come across as a health/fitness freak is salmon. This is not to be confused with a popular Indian star that people believe is a health and fitness freak but most certainly is not a fish. The Indian subcontinent is extremely lucky in terms of its fish produce, so you don’t have to worry about paying an astronomical sum to get your dose of salmon. Salmon is rich in omega-3-fatty acids, protein, vitamins, and minerals that help reduce the risk of several diseases, which explains the healthy bit. The flesh of the salmon is usually pink but can range between shades of red to orange. Whether you eat it raw in sushi, or as smoked salmon, having 2 servings of salmon each week is great to improve your overall health.

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Salmon is primarily known for its heart-healthy properties and its role in aiding weight loss. But it’s not limited to that. There are other health benefits too!

  1. The high levels of omega-3 fats are great to prevent heart attack, stroke, arrhythmia, high blood pressure and high triglycerides. Think of it like a best friend for your heart.
  2. The protein found in salmon improves bone density and strength. Tuck in to keep osteoporosis at bay.
  3.  It is for brain function and a healthy nervous system, in turn reduces risk of depression. So, you will be happy and smart.
  4. It is the best brain-food for children since it aids in the prevention of ADHD and can even boost academic performance.
  5. One can of salmon contains a day’s worth of vitamin D which is important maintaining optimal health.
  6. Salmon is an excellent source of selenium, a mineral is that works as an antioxidant in the body which can help in preventing cell damage.
  7. Salmon aids weight loss since it is packed with fats and proteins which will keep you full for a longer time, thereby making you eat less. *stuffs self with salmon*
  8. Salmon is essential to prevent hair loss, improve your scalp health and promote hair growth.
  9. It helps your cells produce collagen, keratin, and melanin which reduces wrinkles and fine lines and improves skin elasticity.

These benefits sound great right? Here are a few ways in which you can incorporate salmon in your diet.

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Cucumber Cups – All Recipes

1. Cucumber Cups

This is perfect for a quick healthy snack and it is delicious as well!

Click here for recipe.

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Almond-Crusted Creole Salmon – Good House Keeping

2. Almond-Crusted Creole Salmon

Veggies, nuts, meat and all kinds of yummy, this is a meal that’s healthy and delicious. What’s not to love?

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Bruschetta Salmon – Delish

3. Bruschetta Salmon

All the flavour of a bruschetta and all the benefits of salmon.

Click here for recipe.

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Lemon Glazed Salmon – Delish

4. Lemon Glazed Salmon

This lemon glazed salmon is extremely easy to make and you can make it a part of the weekly menu at home.

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Salmon Chowder – Savory Simple

5. Salmon Chowder

This creamy one pot meal is definitely a must-have. It’s especially good for those sick days when you need to replenish your stock of vitamins and proteins.

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Hauterfly's Content Writer and Video Producer, Kreena is a sucker for all things DIY. In love with nail art, beauty, fashion, textiles, and all things creative under the sun, she follows the mantra: Why buy, when you can DIY?!

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