How often do you hear about omega 3s and skin health? Omega 3s are best known for maintaining a healthy ticker, but they also improve your skin. Healthy skin starts with how you fuel your body, and eating the right fats is key. Real beauty is on the inside because what you eat matters a lot. So begin to beautify your body at the dinner table.Essential fatty acids—omega 3s and 6s—are the building blocks to healthy cell membranes. Not enough EFA’s can leave your skin dry, inflamed and prone to breakouts. A balance of these fats is vital to reap the greatest benefit. Most people consume too few omega-3s and too many omega-6s, which can wreak havoc on your heart. Omega-3s are found in high concentrations in salmon, mackerel, canola oil, safflower oil, flax, walnuts and soy. Omega-6s are most abundant in poultry, eggs, avocado, nuts such as almonds and a variety of oils.Beautiful, healthy skin and improved heart health—can it get any better? Oh yes, it can: Those fats are known to improve hair health, too. About 3 percent of the hair shaft is made of EFA’s and the health of your scalp also affects hair health. Healthier hair is more elastic and won’t break as easily, which can slow the rate of hair loss. If I knew this 20 years ago, I might have a fuller head of hair!With this fabulous recipe for wild king salmon, you can not only satisfy your hunger, but also indulge in the sheer pleasure of a remarkable meal that will make you want to savor every morsel. To make it even more flavorful, follow the salmon preparation and cook on an outdoor grill over lump wood coals with a little soaked hickory wood. Now that’s a delicious prescription for a healthy body, skin and hair.Roasted Wild King Salmon with Sweet Chipotle SalsaMakes 4 servings – Serving size: 1 pieceSweet Chipotle SalsaIngredients:½ cup roasted red peppers¼ cup soft, pitted prunes3 tablespoons Riesling wine2 teaspoons canned chipotle peppers in adobe sauce. Start with half and add according to heat tolerance.1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar1 tablespoon roasted garlic1 teaspoon cocoa powder (optional) for a mole note1 teaspoon saltDirections:Blend until smooth in food processor. Remove and reserve for salmon.Wild King SalmonIngredients:1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil½ teaspoon fresh garlic, fine chop1 lemon, zest½ teaspoon salt¼ teaspoon coarse ground black pepper4 each/4-ounce wild king salmon filets, skinless, bonelessDirections:Preheat oven to 375 F. In a mixing bowl, combine olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper, mix and add salmon filets, toss until coated. Fit a wire rack into a rimmed baking sheet. Place salmon on top and bake for about 12-15 minutes or until lightly opaque inside. Serve with sweet chipotle salsa on top.Always try to get wild salmon if possible. And if grilling, be sure to avoid any charring or excessive smoke. Spring is upon us and fresh wild salmon season is right around the corner. It’s a delicious dinner table food that’s also a healthy prescription for beautiful looks!Andrew Ruebensaal contributed to this column.