Low-Calorie Recipes with Natural and Wild Alaska Seafood
We have prepared for you a selection of low-calorie healthy recipes with wild pollock and salmon from Alaska. Each of these recipes contains less than 500 calories per serving, and wild fish and seafood help improve your health and immune system.
Alaska seafood is rich in omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, which strengthen our immune system, improve the health of the heart, reduce systemic inflammation, keep our skin beautiful and young, support healthy joints and even reduce the risk of depression. In addition, Alaska fish is rich in vitamin D, which is not often found in food. We especially need this vitamin, when we cannot spend much time outside and get it from the sun. Selenium is a vital part for the antioxidant defense of the body and the functioning of the immune system. It plays an important role in both the prevention and treatment of the flu and viral infections. In addition, Alaska fish has a high content of B vitamins, potassium, iron and zinc. It is also rich in high-quality protein, which is very important for the health of our muscle system, while the fat content remains low.
You can buy Alaska fish and seafood in most supermarkets in Ukraine. Here you will find a complete list of retailers, where it is sold. In most stores, you can find pink salmon, pollock and salmon roe from Alaska.
You will find the full recipes with a list of ingredients via the link on the recipe name.
This recipe has been approved by the American Heart Association.
In this recipe, we use ginger, known for its anti-inflammatory properties, pineapple, an excellent product for weight lost, and avocado, rich in nutrients, monounsaturated fatty acids (omega-9 and omega-6) and magnesium.
Nutrients per serving:
362 calories, 18g total fat, 3g saturated fat, 161 calories from fat, 104mg cholesterol, 32g protein, 22g carbohydrates, 4g fiber, 349mg sodium, 66mg calcium and 290mg omega-3 fatty acids
15 minutes to cook and 13 minutes to cook. Gluten free
Great food pairing combination: the taste of natural wild fish and a salad with artichokes and tomatoes. In this recipe, we cook a whole fish of wild salmon in the oven or on the grill, you do not need to fillet the fish before cooking.
Nutrients per serving:
382 calories, 26g total fat, 5g saturated fat, 61% calories from fat, 90mg cholesterol, 26.5g protein, 12g carbohydrate, 5g fiber, 704mg sodium, 87.5mg calcium and 1,120mg omega-3 fatty acids