This Is What a Nutritionist Eats for Dinner

Every other week, Los Angeles–based certified holistic nutritionist, wellness expert, and health coach Kelly LeVeque of Be Well by Kelly brings us a new installment in her #FabFourin15 series. Quick and easy #FabFourin15 meals turn off hunger hormones, squelch inflammation, and provide the body with the perfect complete meal of essential nutrients. The Fab Four are protein to up collagen, muscle tone, and metabolism; fat to benefit hormones, skin, and cellular health; fiber for gut microbiome and detoxification; and greens for phytonutrients.

It doesn't get much healthier (or tastier) than this simple salmon bowl. It's low sodium, low carbohydrate, and full of anti-aging benefits. Let's start with the star of this dish: salmon. There's no doubt that salmon is a bona fide superfood. It contains essential omega-3s that aid in lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels and help fight heart disease. The salmon is placed on a bed of rice—but it isn't quite what you'd expect. The usual white rice has been replaced with sautéed cauliflower rice made with a smooth coconut cream. To top it off, the dish is served with a side of bok choy to deliver a healthy helping of antioxidants.

Watch the video below to make the recipe for yourself.

video: YouTube

Join us in two weeks for the next installment of the #FabFourin15, where LeVeque shows us her healthy take on sweet potatoes.