As Mom's, we all know how very hard it can be to find time for taking care of ourselves. But, we have to! If you feel better, you are better - at everything! You are better at your job, being a mom, a wife etc.! The O2 Diet helps you focus on YOU - eating better and treating your body the way it's supposed to be treated, so that you will look good and feel good! Aside from the 2 Day O2 Cleanse, I have a 4 week plan and lots of recipes! This is one of my faves that my husband and kids are slightly obsessed with too!
The salmon provides you with antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids - both good for keeping your heart healthy and your skin glowing!
Salmon with Raspberry-Balsamic Glaze
6 fresh raspberries
2 Tbsp balsamic vinegar
1 tsp freshly squeezed orange juice
¼ tsp orange zest
½ tsp honey
Splash red wine (about 1 tsp)
4 oz skinless salmon fillet, preferably wild (about ¾"-thick)
1. Mash raspberries and vinegar with fork in small bowl. Stir in orange juice, zest, honey, and wine until combined. Set aside.
2. Coat nonstick skillet with canola oil cooking spray. Place over medium heat, about 1 minute. Cook salmon about 3 to 4 minutes per side or until fish is cooked through. Remove skillet from heat and carefully wipe any liquid with a paper towel.
3. Return skillet over medium heat and add reserved raspberry mixture. Cook, stirring constantly, 2 minutes or until just thickened.
4. Pour sauce over salmon and serve with asparagus on the side.
In The O2 Diet, nutritionist Keri Glassman translates cutting-edge science into an easy-to-do program that will leave dieters energetic, healthy, and beautiful-- inside and out. Kick-start weight loss and boost beauty with an easy 4-day cleanse and a delicious 4-week antioxidant-based program from CBS's The Early Show nutrition contributor. Glassman shows how dieters can--and should--indulge in foods like Caramelized Pear and Pecan French Toast and Flank Steak with Chimichurri Sauce and actually lose weight!
For once, it's not about counting calories or restricting what one eats; it's about eating more of the right things.
About the author: Keri Glassman has a thriving nutrition practice based in New York City and has helped millions as a frequent nutrition contributor for CBS's Early Show and Women's Health magazine. Keri holds a master of science degree in clinical nutrition from New York University. Keri lives in New York City with her husband, Brett, and two children, Rex and Maizy. To find out more about Keri Glassman and her new book, visit her website, Nutritious Life.