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Try Me Recipe: Quinoa & Salmon Buddha Bowl

If you're over 40, then you should definitely be considering the heart healthy benefits of Vitamin-D, Magnesium, and Omega-3 fatty acids. Unfortunately, most people simply aren't eating enough foods that contain these critical nutrients!

Lucky for you; this tasty recipe is loaded with all three...

Quinoa & Salmon Buddha Bowl

Serves 2

4 cups baby spinach 1 cup quinoa (cooked) 1 can wild salmon 2 tablespoons sesame seeds ½ red onion (diced) (optional) 2 tablespoons sesame oil 2 tablespoons rice vinegar 1 tablespoon lemon juice dash salt and pepper

Split spinach, quinoa, wild salmon, sesame seeds, and onion (if using) between two bowls.

Mix sesame oil, rice vinegar, and lemon juice together and pour on top of prepared Buddha bowls.

Season with sea salt and fresh-ground pepper to taste.

Serve & Enjoy!

Tip: When looking for canned salmon try to get the ones with the most vitamin D and make sure cans are BPA-free. Good quality canned fish is usually in the “natural foods” section of many large groceries.

Nutrition Facts Per Serving (Serves: 2)

Calories Per Serving 395 | Protein 17.7g | Total Carb 46.1g | Dietary Fiber 8g | Sugars 1.6g | Total Fat 15.8g | Saturated Fat 1.9g | Trans Fat 0g | Cholesterol 20mg | Sodium 199mg | Potassium 427mg

(Vitamin A 113% · Vitamin C 37% · Calcium 18% · Iron 32%) *Based on a 2,000 calorie diet Recipe analyzed by; VeryWell


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