Su­per­foods to the res­cue

Canned salmon loaf good source of Omega-3

Northern News (Kirkland Lake) - - LIFE - JU­LIAN ARM­STRONG ju­lia­n­arm­

A sat­is­fy­ing salmon loaf made from canned salmon is like money in the bank to a cook in a hurry.

This one is from the new cook­book Su­per­foods: Hap­pi­ness (Mo­dus Vivendi Pub­lish­ing, $24.95).

Que­bec di­eti­tians Elisabeth Cerqueira and Marise Char­ron point out that the dish con­tains three su­per­foods: eggs, red onions and salmon.

Their book is a gold mine of 50 easy recipes based on their nom­i­nated 20 su­per­foods — in­gre­di­ents that pay their way in terms of nu­tri­tional con­tent.

In this recipe, the au­thors, who run the nu­tri­tion clinic net­work NutriSim­ple, de­bunk the no­tion that salmon should be con­sumed war­ily be­cause of its fat con­tent.

It con­tains no more fat than lean meat, they state, and is a good source of the healthy fat known as Omega-3.

This recipe con­tains 190 calo­ries per serv­ing.

Be­sides of­fer­ing catchy pho­to­graphs and plenty of di­etary tips, the au­thors say th­ese recipes will im­prove your mood and for­tify your body.

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