From heart health to brain development find out why you should up your salmon intake
I love fish and I love celeriac, put them together and what do you get just tasty – healthy – low carb – energy food. Grated celeriac is also very easy to cook quickly which always is a bonus when time is short. It also keeps all week in the fridge so you can take just what you need and always have some ready when needed.
So why celeriac?
Celeriac is derived from wild celery, which has a small, edible root and has been used in Europe since ancient times (it is mentioned in Homer’s Odyssey as selinon). It is unclear when celeriac was first cultivated but there are references to it dating back to the seventeenth century.
1. Good protein diet
Protein well in celeriac help in build up body cell and also help in maintain the hormones god function and also help in maintain the maintain the metabolism of cell and also help in maintain the good work of brain.
2. Iron diet
Iron contain well in the celeriac help in maintain the blood levels in anemia patient and also help in mostly in the prevents from menopause and also mainly help in pregnancy and also help in internal hemorrhage and also help in severe bleeding problem and also help in maintain the blood levels in the body and also help in replace blood levels prevents from sickness.
3. Improve immunity
Mostly well in amount of vitamin C help in maintain prevents from disease and also help in improve the immunity and also prevents from disease and also help in remove the dead cells from the body and also help in remove the microbial disease and also help in improve healing capacity.
4. Energy diet
Carbohydrate diet help in maintain the emergency levels of energy and also help in maintain the blood sugar levels and also help in prevents from sickness.
5. Blood production
Celeriac help in maintain the blood levels mostly production of blood cell and also help in mostly in period of pregnancy and also help in the time of severe internal hemorrhage and also help in the prevents from bleeding and also help in maintain the blood volume and also help in maintain hemoglobin levels and also help in prevents from disease it help in mostly B12 help in DNA synthesis and also help in leukocytes and also help in maintain the nervous system healthy and also help in mostly prevents from depression and also help in prevents from anxiety and also help in prevents from cancer obeys and also help in prevents from heart disease.
Well amount of antioxidant contain food help in prevents from cancer and also help in prevents from free radical damages and also help in prevents from cell depth and also help in prevents from cancer mostly contain betacaroteinoids help in antioxidant capacity to body.
7. Bone health
Mostly well amount of nutrients presents in celeriac present well amount mostly presents of prosperous and also well amount of calcium presents and also help in maintain the good health of bone and other skeletal tissue that’s help in good health of bone.
Mostly well amount of nutrients presents in celeriac that help in prevents from loss of water contain in the body and also help in prevents from loss of electrolytes in the body and also help in maintain the blood levels in the body and also help in prevents from head stroke and also help in remove the toxins from the body and also help in maintain the easy of kidney function.
9. Heart health
Mostly well amount nutrients presents in the diet help in maintain good health and also help in maintain healthy heart function mostly presents of magnesium and also potassium and also well in foliate help in good healthy heart and also help in easy flow of blood in the vessels and also help in prevents from deposits of fat in vessels and also help in mostly well amount of nutrients mostly help in good heart.
Researchers have shown that extracts of celery root contained polyacetylene, compounds that destroy cancer cells in vitro. These results are preliminary and further studies should be conducted to learn more about the possible relationship between the consumption of celeriac and cancer.
Here are a few health benefits of salmon
1. Eating salmon is beneficial in the treatment of osteoarthritis and other inflammatory joint conditions. Salmon contains small proteins called bioactive peptides. One in particular, called calcitonin, has been shown to increase, regulate and stabilize collagen synthesis in human osteoarthritic cartilage. This salmon-found protein also improves bone density and strength.
2. Eating salmon makes you smarter and happier. The brain is 60 percent fat and most of that is the omega-3 fatty acid DHA. Thirty percent of the grey matter in the brain is DHA showing how critical it is to brain function and a healthy nervous system. Eating salmon regularly has been shown to reduce the risk and incidence of depression, hostility in young adults and cognitive decline in the elderly.
3. Eating salmon increases your cardiovascular health. As noted, salmon contains high levels of the omega-3 fats, EPA and DHA. These fats are responsible for many cardiovascular benefits such as reducing inflammation, keeping the blood from clotting excessively and relaxing and dilating the arteries. When eaten two to three times per week, salmon can protect you from problems such as heart attack, stroke, arrhythmia, high blood pressure and high triglycerides.
4. Salmon protects your eyes. Eating salmon twice a week has been shown to significantly decrease the risk of macular degeneration — a chronic eye condition that leads to loss of vision. For the treatment and prevention of a condition called dry eye syndrome, eat two to four servings per week.
5. Salmon helps build children’s brains. Eating salmon while pregnant and nursing can boost learning capability and academic performance in children. Salmon contains high levels of DHA (decosahexaenoic acid) which is the main structural fatty acid in the central nervous system and retina. Feeding salmon to preschool children also aids in the prevention of ADHD and can even boost academic performance.
6. Salmon’s an excellent source of vitamin D. Sufficient vitamin D is crucial to maintaining optimal health. A deficiency of this essential vitamin has been linked to an increased risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and type-1 diabetes. One can of salmon, for example, contains a day’s worth of vitamin D.
7. Salmon helps you sleep. Salmon is an excellent source of tryptophan, an all-natural sedative. Studies show that tryptophan increases sleepiness in subjects with mild insomnia and helps to shorten the time it takes to fall asleep.
Juicy Salmon & Grated Celeriac
- Wild salmon fillets (about 200g)
- 100g Grated raw celeriac
- 1/2 tbsp Turmeric (ground dried)
- 1 tbsp of organic extra virgin olive oil
- Pinch of sea salt
- Lashings of black pepper
- Warm a heavy based frying pan with the olive oil.
- Season the salmon with salt and pepper, add to pan on a low heat.
- Cook for a minute or two just to get the bottom layer cooking.
- Spread the grated celeriac around the fish and season with the turmeric
- Stir the celeriac (I like to use small bamboo spoons in my non stick pans) to soak up any remaining oil and fish juice.
- Keep the heat low and add a lid to the pan and cook for a few more minutes, keep checking and stir the celeriac.
- Take the pan off of the heat when the salmon is just about cooked through the middle, test with a fork.
- Leave resting for a minute or two with the lid on to finish cooking through.
Serve with a large fresh salad or my favourite fresh organic baby spinach leaves or asparagus.
Nutrition per serving:
Total Carbs 11.4g
Net Carbs 8.9g
of which sugar 1.7g
of which saturated 4.6g
Energy – 465Kcal
from Net Carbs 7.9%
from Protein 40%
from Fat 52%