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The daily recommended amount:
Eat 80 to 100 grams of Salmon every day
Calories in Salmon (Per 100g)
Principle of lowering blood pressure:
Salmon contains more Omega-3 fatty acids, which can effectively reduce blood pressure and prevent thrombosis. Therefore, hypertensive patients often eat salmon, can play a supporting role in lowering blood pressure.
Have a therapeutic effect on hypertension complications:
Salmon is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, can improve the sensitivity of insulin and reduce inflammation, which prevents the development of diabetes. Because of the salmon can live in the deep sea, its blood containing an unsaturated fatty acid, can remove too much saturated fatty acid in the human blood, lowering blood lipids, enhance blood circulation, can also reduce the lipid toxin on the vascular wall damage, keep blood vessels elastic, therefore, can effectively prevent stroke.
Best food match:
When eating raw salmon, must add wasabi, it can not only increase the flavor, but also sterilization.
Do's and Dont's:
Patient with high blood pressure, diabetes.
Heart cerebrovascular disease
Patients with gout
Salmon after thawing, easy to breed bacteria, so it is best to eat fresh salmon. If it is found that the color of the salmon are dimmed and the flexibility of salmon meat down, then you should not eat raw salmon.
Recipe for lowering blood pressure
Salmon steak with lemon (for three person)
Ingredients: 250 grams of salmon steak, 1 Tbsp lemon juice, 1/3 teaspoon black pepper, 1/3 teaspoons salt, 1/3 teaspoon honey, 1/2 teaspoon starch, the right amount of white sesame, olive oil and soy sauce.
Salmon soup with mushroom (for two person)
Ingredients: 200 grams of salmon, 50 grams of fresh Mushrooms, 1/2 cup of chopped carrot, 1/4 cup of chopped green onion, 1/4 teaspoons salt, the right amount of soup-stock.
Dried small shrimps: Rich in Calcium, can maintain the blood pressure in a steady level
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