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Getting Back on Track After Your Binge: Our Seafood Recipe Favorites

If your big feast at Thanksgiving left you a little stuffed, we can relate! We indulged and have no regrets! But today we are sharing how we get back on track with seafood as a recovery meal.

Because of seafood’s naturally light texture and flavors, it’s the perfect protein choice for a recovery meal because it won’t leave you feeling heavy. To help reduce bloating, pair seafood with other whole foods such as fruit, veggies and whole-grain rice such as brown or wild rice with a large glass of water to drink.

We have a great roundup of seafood recipes for you below! Let us know which is your new recovery go-to!

Roasted Kale and Salmon Detox Salad

This salmon salad is both cleansing and made in one pan! A win-win after the holiday.

Salmon Detox Salad

Source: SweetPhi

Get the recipe here.

Everything Crusted Tuna Meal Prep

This tuna meal prep’s flavors remind us of our favorite bagel, without the carbs!


Source: Abra’s Kitchen

Get the recipe here.

Cleanse Bowl with Salmon

Mild and nourishing – this bowl is easy on digestion.

Salmon Cleanse Bowl

Source: The Cadence Kitchen

Get the recipe here.

Avocado and Apple Tuna Salad

Ditch your usual wrap in favor of a nutritious lunch rolled inside collard leaves.


Source: Reclaiming Yesterday

Get the recipe here.

Tuna Poke Bowl with Coconut Rice

This tuna bowl’s island flavors make it feel like a real treat!


Source: Foodess.

Get the recipe here.

Garlic and Herb Wild Alaska Pollock Foil Packets

When you’re looking for something light, you can’t go wrong with a simple fish-and-veggie foil pack.

#SeafoodSunday: Grilled Parmesan Alaskan Pollock Foil Packs

Get the recipe here.

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