Parmesan Salmon

Parmesan Salmon 


This salmon dish is amazing!  Very easy to prepare, only 3 ingredients and you are in business! I love to sprinkle red chili peppers flakes on top as a bonus to the creaminess and flavor of the salmon. 


I am going to focus on the fat benefits in the Salmon.  Lets remember that my philosophy on food is that it is information to the body. This information heals and protects our cells and helps our metabolism run the way it should. Fish oil is one of the most healing properties we can consume  The omega-3 fatty acids in fish help protect cell walls. With this, this fat protects our heart, eyes and brain function. Helps our blood from clotting and improves lung function.  These omega-3's also helps to protect against autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis as well as Dementia and Alzheimers. 

Please choose wild Salmon and not farm raised salmon.  Lets Eat!


  • 2-4 Salmon Filets

  • 1/2 cup grated parmigiano reggiano cheese

  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise

  • 2 tsp crushed garlic

  • Parsley

  • Salt and pepper


  1. In a bowl combine parmigiano reggiano, mayonnaise and garlic.

  2. Place salmon filets on pan and season with salt and pepper.

  3. Lightly rub mixture onto salmon

  4. Bake at 400 degrees for 10-15 minutes

  5. Finish by broiling for 2-3 minutes to get a golden crust

  6. Sprinkle with parsley

Lamb Chops

Lamb Chops are one of my favorites and are extremely healthy at that.  Again, one of those easy recipes you just slap on some garlic, thyme, salt and pepper then throw on the grill.  If your blood type is B+ your are in luck, lamb chops are your friend.  I learned that many years ago and it is such an important part of your genetic makeup.  Blood type books are in book stores are worth the read to get more information on the importance of our blood and nutrition.  


I am going to go off on a little tangent here for a second and talk about the fact the most lamb we eat is New Zealand Lamb or Australia.  This is good! New Zealand raises their lamb in the pasture which means grass fed, unlike some other not to be named country that I most likely live in.  This is crucial for many reasons, First it is not fed the usual grains (corn, soy etc.) so we will not be eating and digesting the corn and soy the lamb ate. You are what you eat ate.  Second, pasture raised lamb then become omega-3 rich. What? Yes!! Lamb is rich in omega-3s and gives us wonderful doses of fatty acids that are full of heart health, brain health and lung health to name just a few.   Our bodies do not produce omega-3 on our own so we truly need to eat these essential nutrients. This is a healthy fat, it is your friend so let us  thank the omega-3 for a job well done. Tasty too.  The other benefit we get from lamb is that it contains all 9 amino acids we need for growth and maintenance, has a very good dose of B12, B3, zinc, niacin and the list goes on. See..Food is information!!


  • 1 rack of lamb

  • 2 cloves of garlic minced

  • 2 teaspoons of chopped Thyme

  • Salt & Pepper

  • Olive oil


  1. Heat your grill

  2. Slice the rack of lamb in between in each bone to get a lollipop shaped piece

  3. Rub a little oil on each piece

  4. put an equal amount of garlic on each piece of lamb

  5. sprinkle the chopped thyme on each piece

  6. Season with salt & pepper

  7. Place each piece on the grill for 4-5 minutes then turn over until heated through to your liking