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 Doctors share their nutritious meals |  DHMG blog

March is National Nutrition Month and we’re sharing popular meals from some of our Dignity Health Medical Group physicians and advanced practice providers. Try these dishes the next time you need a healthy meal.

dr Chadha’s Green Cobb Salad
Out of Anila Chadha, MDfamily and obesity medicine, Dignity Health Medical Group – Bakersfield

“This salad is my favorite because it’s easy to make and stays fresh in my lunch box. It’s high in protein, high in fiber, and has healthy fat and low carbs,” says Dr. Chadha.

Nutrition Month Dr.  Chadha BlogIngredients:

  • lettuce
  • Kale
  • arugula
  • tomatoes
  • avocado
  • Grilled Chicken
  • Hard boiled egg
  • mozzarella cheese

Great spinach salad
Out of Cindy Yang, MDfamily and obesity medicine, Dignity Health Medical Group-Northridge

“I eat this salad twice a week out of conviction because it tastes healthy and gives me energy. This salad is packed with nutritious colorful veggies, fruits, legumes, whole grains, and seeds. Many of these ingredients are considered “superfoods” due to their high levels of nutrients and antioxidants, says Dr. Yang.

Nutrition Month Dr.  Davis BlogIngredients:

  • spinach
  • avocados
  • Andean millet
  • carrots
  • cranberries
  • Chickpeas
  • Edamame
  • pumpkin seeds
  • Ginger miso dressing

Salmon salad with balsamic dressing
Out of Ryan Power, MDbariatric surgeon, Dignity Health Medical Group – Sequoia

“This is my favorite because it’s quick and easy to make! I cook the salmon in the air fryer and it’s ready in about 15 minutes. The vegetables are high in nutrients and fiber, which helps with satiety, and the salmon is a great source of protein,” says Dr. Might.

Nutrition Month Dr.  Power - Blog - IGIngredients:

  • Salad of your choice
  • carrots
  • avocado
  • Blue Cheese
  • tomatoes
  • balsamic vinegar
  • Salmon seasoned with BBQ and all the bagel seasoning

fried tofu
Out of Jillian Chelson, PAfamily medicine, Dignity Health Medical Group – Dominicans

“I like this recipe because it has good fiber and protein content. The celery has diuretic properties, and the garlic and onion have immune-boosting properties,” says Jillian.

Nutrition Month - Jillian - BlogIngredients:

  • Tofu fried in avocado oil
  • Romaine lettuce leaves (used as “boats”)
  • mayonnaise
  • Garlic
  • celery
  • soy sauce
  • Hot sauce
  • Sesame seeds

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