January is here, and 2017 is in full swing. So how are you doing with your New Years resolutions? Or did you bother to set goals for self growth this year?
As you know; weight loss is by far the biggest goal people set. But I encourage all of you to set attainable goals. Our new year resolution for On Board is to do a blog post each month with helpful recipes for great skin and overall healthy lifestyle.
We can be singularly focused on what we put on our face to prevent breakouts, what we eat to lose weight, and so on. But what you eat impacts your body as a whole. So making healthy choices can help maintain or lose weight, and keep your skin glowing. Diets that are balanced with fatty acids and omega 3's help cell membrane growth and development, as well as being heart healthy. These fatty acids play a major part on a cellular level of gate keeping, letting good nutrients in and discard the bad things. They are also known to help regulate oily to dry skin, help with acne and wrinkles and keep your digestive system going. As a salmon lover, we have a recipe below for you to try and incorporate into your cooking regimen.
Tracey's Lemon-Lime Peppered Salmon
As prepared in individual salmon steaks
5 ounces salmon
1 1/2 tablespoons fresh ground pepper
1 fresh squeezed lemon
2 fresh squeezed limes
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Clean salmon and place on aluminum foil. Sprinkle pepper across the salmon and squeeze lemon and one lime across the salmon, leaving the lemons and limes on top of the salmon steak. Fold aluminum foil around the salon bake for 20 minutes and open the foil and let the salmon to bake for an additional 10-12 minute or until baked fully.