Balancing Hormones after Narcissistic Abuse – Maple Mustard Grilled Salmon

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By Christine Gallary on

Serves 4


For the Glaze:

  • 1/3 cup Maple syrup
  • 3 tbsp whole grain mustard
  • 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • ½ tsp freshly chopped thyme
  • 1/8 tsp sea salt (or to taste)
  • 1/8 tsp pepper (or to taste)

For the Fish:

  • 4 (6-ounce) Wild Caught Alaskan salmon fillets, skin on
  • Coconut oil or pure olive oil for cooking the fish in
  • Sea salt
  • Pepper


1. Heat the oil of choice in a pan over medium heat.

2. Place all of the glaze ingredients in a small saucepan and whisk together. Heat over

medium high heat until the glaze liquid starts boiling. Remove the pan from heat and

set aside to cool.

3. Season the salmon filets with salt and pepper and grill skin side first for 3 to 5

minutes and then flip cooking for an additional 3 to 5 minutes on the other side.

4. Remove the salmon from the pan and place on the plate. Brush each filet with some

of the glaze and serve.

Hormone Balancing Ingredients:

1. Salmon, rich in Omega-3 fats

2. Apple cider vinegar, balances the body biome

3. Thyme, a hormone balancing herb

4. Coconut oil and olive oil, good healthy fats

© 2013 Designer Health Centers LLC

Narcissistic abuse causes major damage to your body from the long-term, chronic stress.  Because of this, part of the healing process involves healing the delicate systems that have been thrown off-balance.  Healing your hormonal system is part of the holistic healing approach.  

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bettylaluna says February 22, 2014

Can’t we just cook the narcissists?

    Kim Saeed says February 22, 2014

    Sounds like a great plan! In fact, I’m imagining a great tartare recipe 🙂

      bettylaluna says February 22, 2014

      Hahaha! Nah, nothing fancy…maybe just snake food…

        Kim Saeed says February 22, 2014

        Well, there was a good reason for the tartare idea…you know, the whole “finely chopped and served raw” bit 😀

          bettylaluna says February 22, 2014

          I can see your point Kim…but you know…giving them the finger today is too much work…wasting energy finely chopping them or the thought of having to sanitize a food processor is too much…salt is cheap…big pot, boiling water and just a dash of salt…for flavoring…it’s the least we could do given we’re offering the snakes a downgrade from rats…hehe

          Kim Saeed says February 22, 2014

          😀 great point…

          bettylaluna says February 22, 2014

          Hahaha! 🙂

Teela Hart says February 21, 2014

Sounds delicious. My hormonal balance is definitely off, now I know why and how to help it. Thank you. 🙂

    Kim Saeed says February 21, 2014

    You’re welcome, Teela 🙂

    I’m still trying to get my body back to “normal”, after two years! Getting there 😉

Susan Irene Fox says February 21, 2014

Not fair: my mouth is watering and I haven’t even had breakfast yet!

    Kim Saeed says February 21, 2014

    Ha ha! I know, my mouth is watering, too 🙂 Might have to make a special trip to the store!

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