by featured blogger Amy Stafford from A Healthy Life for Me
Eating sea bass helps reduce risks of cardiovascular disorders. Thanks to the abundant quantity of omega 3 essential fatty acids, the fish improves the function of the heart, arteries and veins, and other parts that make up the cardiovascular system of the body. These essential fatty acids help in lowering the ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol, and increasing the ‘good’ HDL cholesterol levels in the body. It is amazing to know that including merely two servings of fish in the diet per week can reduce instances of death from heart diseases by a third. People with regular intake of sea bass fish in their diet also often show significant reduction in blood pressure levels.
Instead of using Soy Sauce in this recipe, I opted to use Bragg Liquid Aminos. Bragg Liquid Aminos is a Certified NON-GMO liquid protein concentrate, derived from healthy soybeans that contains the following Essential and Non-essential Amino Acids in naturally occurring amounts:
|16 Amino Acids|
Note: You can choose to use Soy Sauce in place of Liquid Aminos.
Amy Stafford is a girl who loves cooking and as the chief blogger of A Healthy Life for Me, she gets to create and share amazing dishes with the rest of us one post at a time! Eating clean and healthy is a big priority for Amy and her recipes are created with that in mind. For more information on Amy and for more delectable dishes, check out A Healthy Life for Me or follow her on Facebook and Twitter.