Baked Ginger Salmon

Baked Ginger Salmon

By Bryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS

November 26, 2016

Salmon has many ways that it can be prepared. One really great way to stimulate digestive juices is to season your salmon with ginger. This Baked Ginger Salmon recipe will get you salivating while you wait for it to be done cooking!

Every cell in the body needs a good balance of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids in order to function properly. These Omegas are needed to control inflammatory responses, atherosclerosis, reduce incidences of stroke and heart disease, joint pain, and many other processes in the body. Unfortunately, the human body cannot synthesize the Omega Fatty Acids on their own, so we must get them from our foods. Most foods we eat are loaded with Omega 6s, but the body needs a healthy mix of 3s and 6s. That is why this week we are bringing you a healthy meal that includes a fantastic source of Omega 3s- Salmon! Please keep in mind, the quality of salmon does matter. Farmed salmon spend their lives eating food made from corn (which if I am not mistaken, isn't natural to species that live in the ocean). Look for salmon that is caught in the wild!

Baked Ginger Salmon

Baked Ginger Salmon

Baked Ginger Salmon is a great spin on the traditional flavors of salmon.
Print Recipe
CourseMain Dish, Seafood
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time20 minutes
Total Time30 minutes
Servings4 people
AuthorBryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS


  • 2 tbsp Parsley, minced
  • 1/2 tsp Sea Salt
  • 24 oz Salmon Fillets
  • 1/4 tsp Ground Ginger
  • 2 tbsp Oil, (I prefer coconut, grassfed butter, tallow, or duck fat)


  • Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
  • Wash and dry the salmon fillets and place on an oiled baking sheet.
  • Spread the oil over the fillets and then sprinkle with the ginger and sea salt.
  • Bake for 15-20 minutes (or until the salmon is cooked to your liking!).


Macronutrient Ratios:

About the author

Bryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS

Bryan Carroll is a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and Movement Therapist who helps the outdoors community to reduce injuries and improve their health so they can get back to exploring nature. His big health crisis from mold exposure taught him the importance of finding the root causes to illnesses so you can take back control of your life. He is also the host of the Summit For Wellness Podcast.

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