Omega 3s for healthy diet

Today is Friday and almost 11:30 and weather outside its cloudy and . After eating breakfast and sipping a cup of warm tea I think I will go outside and water my plants and see what we can do today. I can hear some birds chirping outside. Yesterday we went outside in our neighbor hood and I saw a mama ducky with few baby ducks walking down the street. I think walking up early in the morning, walking outside and doing so favorite yoga exercise is the key to early morning routine about something.  I think we are going to write what foods are good for brain development. Eating healthy foods like omega 3s are very essential for proper eye and brain development.

  • There are non-vegetarian and vegetarian sources of omega3s. Different kind of fishes like salmon, mackerel and anchovies are good source of omega 3s.
  • Vegetarian source of omega 3s are flex seeds, chia seeds. Coconut oil and Edamame, soyabeans, tofu and even mustard seeds are good source of omega threes.

Recipe

  • Non vegetarian
  • Take cleaned and packed fish and then wash it add salt pepper and round lemon slices and cook it on slow heat until ready to eat. It only takes minutes and then serve it with some nicely cooked rice. Its good and easy to digest.

Recipe

Vegetarian

  • Take package of tofu and cut the slices and sortie that in a pan with little bit of coconut oil, salt and pepper and turmeric and some chopped tomatoes. Add that to the pan and cooked it until its nice and firm and serve it with rice and plain yogurt. Its healthy and good for you. I hope you guys will like todays recipes.
High angle view of healthy, antioxidant group of food. The composition includes food rich in antioxidants considered as a super-food like avocado, kale, blueberries, chia seeds, coconut, broccoli, different nuts, salmon, sardines, pollen, quinoa, sweet potato, garlic, hemp seeds, seaweed, cocoa, olive oil, goji berries, flax seeds, pinto bean, seaweed, pistachio, kiwi fruit, pomegranate and ginger. XXXL 42Mp studio photo taken with SONY A7rII and Zeiss Batis 40mm F2.0 CF

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