Here are the Resources from each Chapter of the book Alleviate Dry Eye.
Best Overall - HydroEye from ScienceBased Health
Over The Counter - Pro Omega 2000 by Nordic Naturals
Vegetarian - Retaine FLAX
Liquid - Dry Eye Omega Benefits Liquid
EWG's: Dirty Dozen and Clean 15
EWG Food Guide:
BALSAMIC LIME SALMON
This recipe is from the Blog: One Lovely Life
This is such a fresh, easy dinner! You won’t believe how much flavor you can coax out of so few ingredients. The balsamic lime glaze is everything! (Gluten free, dairy free, paleo friendly)
FOR THE BALSAMIC LIME GLAZE:
FOR THE SALMON:
**A little sweetness – Depending on how tart your lime juice is and how strong your vinegar is, you may find that you’d like a little more honey. Taste the glaze when it’s thickened and add additional honey as needed. Similarly, you may find you’d like a little more salt or pepper.
Too thick? If your glaze is thicker than you like (or stronger tasting than you like), you can add 1-2 Tbsp of water and whisk it in to thin it out.
Garnish – To garnish this, you can sprinkle it with a little fresh lime zest (it’s easiest to zest your limes before juicing them) or some fresh cilantro.
A trick for thawing salmon – Thaw frozen salmon fillets is to place them (still in their wrapping) in a bowl of cold water in the refrigerator. They’ll only take about 30 minutes to thaw!
Variations – You can also add 1 clove of finely minced garlic or 1/2 tsp minced fresh ginger to your balsamic-lime glaze.
Chipotle Sweet Potato Salmon Cakes
This Recipe is from the Blog: One Lovely Life
If needed or desired, you can substitute canned salmon for the fillets I used here. You’ll need 12 oz canned salmon, drained and any bones removed. I like using fresh or (thawed) frozen fillets. I bake them at 375 degrees for 10-12 minutes, then flake them. See notes for more tips!
COOKING THE SALMON AHEAD OF TIME: I bake my salmon 10-12 minutes at 375. You can use leftover cooked salmon from the night before, or cook it earlier in the day to speed up prep time.
COOKED SWEET POTATO: Similarly, you use cooked sweet potato for this recipe. I use leftover baked sweet potatoes, but you can also simply steam or boil a small, diced sweet potato while you’re cooking your salmon.
PAN FRY THEM INSTEAD: If you want crispier cakes, you can pan fry them. I’ve found that I can have some trouble with sticking or breaking when I pan fry them unless I add quite a bit of cooking fat to the pan. I’ve found it’s just easier to bake them, but if you’re missing that crispy crust, go ahead and pan-fry them!
Ingredients to Avoid in Makeup:
Dry Eye Friendly Makeup Brands:
Artificial Tear Chart:
The Never List (from Beautycounter)