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Fourth Of July Healthy Food Makeovers

Posted Jul 03 2008 2:03pm 1 Comment

Hi All,

When it comes to healthy eating this Fourth Of July, I know a lot of people out there must be thinking--healthy eating on the Fourth of July?  Why don't you chill a little?

I can't chill because in Las Vegas it's 110 degrees just about every day now.  On the news, they just list the weather as "hell" everyday, no numeric temperatures needed :)  And the genius stores are clearing out summer clothes!  Anyway...

I like to celebrate the Fourth Of July with favorite comfort foods just like anyone else, but since these comfort foods are so easily made over to their healthiest forms--no need to over indulge.  I'll save that for a meal that is truly a treat like for my birthday.

Just like Memorial Day weekend, Fourth Of July food means hot dogs and hamburgers.  If you missed my Memorial Day Healthy Food Makeovers, here's the "replay"CLICK HEREand use these healthy eating tips to makeover your Fourth of July favorite foods.

Last night I found a post on another Fourth of July food tradition.  Apparently in the New England area, traditional Fourth of July fare is salmon with peas and new potatoes.  If I was a New Englander, I would do the following with my Fourth of July salmon (which I hated as a child and love now):

HEALTHY EATING TIPS:  I especially like salmon grilled with Paul Prudhomme's Seafood Magic spices on my George Foreman grill. Plus, a great healthy summer dish is to take that salmon and use it with a light caesar salad packaged kit for salmon caesar salad like you might have in a restaurant, but made over to a healthier form.

This post tells the story of Fourth of July and Salmon, as well as the latest with what's going on with farmed vs. wild salmon, possible pesticides, etc.  And yes, I wrote a comment on this post you might like to see:

http://www.boston.com/lifestyle/green/greenblog/2008/07/salmon_on_the_fourth_whe

Have A Happy And Healthy Fourth Of July!

--Melanie R. Jordan, Author ofHave Your Cheeseburger And Keep Your Health Too! Available 24/7 athttp://www.HealthyEatingCoach.com

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"Healthy eating with favorite comfort foods...it's deliciously possible!"

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Please note that I do not have an affiliation with any of the companies featured in this post--they are simply products I am personally familiar with.  The views expressed are my opinion only and you should decide, along with your healthcare professionals, on the appropriateness for your personal use.

Copyright SunLover Publishing 2008

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 The best additive, in my opinion, for grilled sockeye salmon is Capt. Spongefoot's chilpolte cranberry bar be que sauce...Excellent.
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