Grilled Lime Salmon with Avocado-Mango Salsa and Coconut Rice


Salmon, mangos and avocados on one plate…I like this dish with Crohn’s for so many reasons. Although everyone with Crohn’s tolerates foods differently, Salmon seems to be one of those “go-to” foods that you can always count on, even during flares. Salmon has been widely noted for its countless health benefits. By providing a surge of anti-inflammatory Omega-3 oils into your diet,  while simultaneously promoting easy digestion (and even healing properties) this seafood can seem to do no wrong. Now top it off with an onslaught of additional nutrients that are easy to digest in a healthy mangoavocado salsa (with coconut water, just because you want to make it RIDICULOUSLY nutritious) and you may just have your most Crohn’s Friendly dish ever.

Grilled Lime Salmon with Avocado-Mango Salsa and Coconut Rice.

Recipe and Photo From Cooking Classy

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Have You Tried This Dish With Crohn’s? Let Us Know Your Thoughts!

* Please Note:  This is merely an opinion blog. The research and information covered in this blog is open to public domain for discussion.  We do not have any formal medical background.  We simply want to share and discuss foods for those with Crohn’s Disease. Because people suffering from Crohn’s Disease tolerate a variety of foods differently, recipes often need specific alterations for each individual. Get creative! Leave out the foods that don’t work for you and use the foods that make you feel good. As always, please consult your doctor or health care professional before applying ideas from this website. Happy Cooking!!


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