Salmon Dip with Crunchy Romaine Leaves
Lily Moran | December 17, 2012

Salmon is an excellent source of good fats known as omega-3 fatty acids. Canned salmon (I prefer the small 5- or 6-ounce cans that do not contain bones or skin) is less expensive than fillets. It’s already cooked, so it’s perfectly suited to this easy and festive holiday dip. To keep calories low, I like […]

Pan-Fried Trout with Honey
Lily Moran | November 06, 2012

Trout contains the same healthy omega-3 fatty acids as salmon, but it’s less expensive, and many people prefer its mild flavor. If you’re not a trout lover, this easy recipe may change your mind. Serves 2 Ingredients: 2 trout fillets (about 4 to 6 ounces each) 1 lemon, cut in half 1/2 cup cornmeal 1/3 […]

Roasted Winter Squash Seeds or Pumpkin Seeds
Lily Moran | October 15, 2012

Save those seeds! Every time you prepare a squash or pumpkin, set aside the seeds for snacking. They’re easy to roast, plus squash and pumpkin seeds are full of nutritional goodness, including protein, good fats, and minerals like magnesium, potassium, manganese, and the cold fighter zinc. Serves 4 Get My FREE Curcumin Report Chronic Inflammation […]

Teriyaki Salmon Kebabs with Vegetables
Lily Moran | October 03, 2012

Serves 4 Here’s a dilemma: Eating certain types of fish, such as salmon, trout, and herring, provides the good fats we need for better brain functions, among other things. But fish is also polluted with mercury, something none of us needs, especially an individual with ADD. Limiting fish to no more than twice a week, […]

Quick Wilted Spinach with Garlic and Walnuts
Lily Moran | June 22, 2012

Serves 2 to 3 This recipe could not be easier, since spinach is best when cooked least. Most of the effort is in the preparation because the spinach needs to be thoroughly cleaned, unless you have a good source of prewashed spinach. (I always rewash packaged salad greens that claim to be triple washed just […]