Vibrant salmon salad

People on our eatnaturally plans will be familiar with the phrase “colourful salad”. They say “But we don’t know what to use except lettuce, toms and cue!” Well, here ya go!

More colour = more nutrients. Oily fish = good fats. And it tastes AMAZING.
Serves: 1 • Prep: 10 mins • Easy 
  • 1-2 cooked beetroot
  • quarter of a cucumber
  • 1 carrot
  • ½ a yellow pepper
  • mixed leaves
  • ½ a red onion
  • 1 salmon fillet
  • French dressing
  • a few pumpkin seeds
Poach, foil bake or grill the salmon. Or buy pre-cooked.

Cut all the vegetables into similar size strips and assemble in a shallow bowl. Add the cooked salmon.

Add 2-3 tbsps of french dressing. Sprinkle on a few seeds.

Let the colours do their natural building and repair work inside your body.
Nutrition info
Salmon is very high in Vitamin B12, which is important for red blood cell production. A deficiency in B12 can result in a form of anaemia. B12 also helps to regulate production of a hormone called Homocysteine, an excess of which can lead to heart and blood vessel disease and stroke. Salmon is also a good source of Vitamin D, whose functions include bone health, blood sugar control and immunity. Many people are Vitamin D deficient – our bodies largely get it from sunlight with food being a secondary source.

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You p**s me off you Salmon... You're too expensive in restaurants.
Eddie Izzard
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