Cuisine: Pescetarian

Your diet includes fish or other seafood, but abstain from flesh of other animals. Most pescatarians maintain a lacto-ovo vegetarian diet with the addition of fish and shellfish.

Fiesta Fish Tacos 2-Ways

Looking to shake up meal time with a recipe that is sure to please? These fish tacos are your answer. Aside from being delicious, these tacos incorporate a myriad of ingredients known to promote good health. Oregano, turmeric and cilantro are all proven to have anti-inflammatory properties,1 while halibut is a good source of omega-3 which has been proven to be important for good heart health and may also ease inflammation.2

The speedy salsa in this recipe not only comes together in a New York minute, it is also a good source of lycopene thanks to fresh tomatoes. Lycopene has been studied recently for it’s potential to prevent against the development of prostate cancer.3 Any leftovers are delicious on your morning scrambled eggs or as garnish for baked fish or chicken at dinner.

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Salmon & Broccoli Curry

Chock full of anti-inflammatory ingredients this super satisfying meal is sure to be a hit with the whole family. If you don’t have time to make the yellow curry paste from scratch, consider using a good quality store bought yellow curry paste and adding an additional pinch of turmeric. To round out the meal, serve curry alongside bowls of steamed brown rice.

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Spicy Poached Halibut with Hormone-Balancing Couscous

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Grilled Fish Tacos

First, why are these so healthy? Well, for one, they are grilled, rather than the typical fried variety, and the fats in the fish are great for our health and help reduce inflammation. Second, rather than being topped with loads of cheese and sour cream, they are topped with an amazing crunchy and zesty slaw that is full of flavour and loaded with nutrients and antioxidants. Last, the yogurt drizzle gives us the benefits of probiotics. This recipe uses good-quality fats, like extra virgin olive oil, that support heart health. These are definitely tacos you don’t have to feel guilty about, but rather should use to celebrate!

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