september, 2018 newsletter

Stacey Schulman Nutrition

Stacey B. Schulman, MS, RDN, CEDRD, CDN
91 Smith Avenue, Mount Kisco, NY 10549
ph: 914.861.5045; email: stacey@staceyschulmannutrition.com
Watermelon

Not only does it make a pretty picture but a sweet fruit! With over 50 varieties, its a close  cousin to cucumber, pumpkin and squash. The most common kinds are seeded, seedless, picnic, icebox, and yellow or orange fleshed. When selecting a watermelon, look for a firm symmetrical melon that is heavy for its size and free of bruises and gashes. Watermelon is very hydrating; it is also full of potassium and lycopene.

What’s New…

Fabulous Fin Fish
One of my favorite foods, fish is full of omega-3 fatty acids. Whether in a sushi meal, broiled or BBQ, there are so many varieties to choose from. Below I have featured a few of my favorites:

Barramundi: With a mild and sweet flavor, enjoy this white fish in Thai cuisine

Red Snapper: A firmer fish with a meaty taste

Pollock: A mild flavored fish filled with phosphorus, selenium, and B12

Recipe of the Month…

Zucchini French Fries: A favorite of mine growing up!

  1. Preheat oven to 425
  2. Slice zucchini long and thick like French fries
  3. mix 1 cup panic bread crumbs, 1/4 cup parmesan cheese, and 2 tablespoons Italian seasoning
  4. dip zucchini into 2 beaten eggs and then breading
  5. bake for 15 min

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