Salmon

Boost Your Health With Spicy Grilled Salmon

Salmon is one of the best foods you can eat. It’s filled with vital omega-3 essential fatty acids that are critical to the health of your heart, brain, and skin. Whenever possible, choose wild salmon rather than farm-raised, as farmed salmon has significantly higher levels of toxins than wild salmon.…

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Diabetic Diet: Recipe for Creamy Smoked Salmon

salmon gives you the wonderful flavor of salmon without the insulin spike of the bagel. Enjoy with sliced cucumbers or celery sticks. You can find this and other delicious diabetic diet recipes in my Reversing Diabetes Cookbook. Enjoy! Recipe for Creamy Smoked Salmon Serves 6 4 ounces smoked salmon

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Recipes for Diabetes: Easy Baked Salmon

Omega-3-rich salmon is a great choice for anyone, regardless of whether or not they have diabetes. Enjoy with steamed veggies and a big salad and you have a meal that’s perfect for people living with diabetes. Easy Baked Salmon Serves 4 2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons lemon juice…

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Astaxanthin Benefits: Heart Health, Inflammation, and More

Have you ever wondered what makes salmon, shrimp, and flamingos pink? It’s a carotenoid called astaxanthin. In addition to giving these animals their pinkish hues, research has shown that for us humans there are multiple health benefits of astaxanthin. What Is Astaxanthin? Derived from microalgae…

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Prevent Diabetes By Eating Fish

…prevent diabetes and promote overall good health, you need to get the majority of your protein from fish (particularly cold-water fish such as wild salmon), skinless poultry, egg whites with an occasional yolk, and low-fat or fat-free dairy products, legumes, and whole grains. At the same time, to prevent…

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Fridays and Fish: What You Need to Know

…cells' sensitivity to insulin, protect against cancer, boost memory and mood, and help with weight loss. I highly recommend that you eat omega-3 rich salmon, trout, sardines, herring, or anchovies two or three times a week. But avoid shark, sword fish, and king mackerel, which are unacceptably high in mercury…

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Your Summer To-Do List for Better Health

…too many fats that can cause disease and not enough of the omega-3 essential fats that can prevent disease. To increase your omega-3 intake, eat salmon or other cold-water fish several times a week. Flaxseed and fish oil capsules are also excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids. * Increase Your Water…

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Mother's Day Recipe: Eggs Florentine

…7g (Sat 3g, Poly 1g) Cholesterol 377mg, Sodium 380mg, Carbs 34g, Fiber 6g, Protein 22g You may also be interested in: Recipes for Diabetes: Baked Salmon Dijon Recipes for Diabetes: Lemon Mustard Chicken Breasts

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Glycemic Index vs. Glycemic Load

…lighten your glycemic load, eat lots of salads, green vegetables, beans, and legumes. One of my favorite meals is a hearty salad with a nice piece of salmon on top. It’s an easy way to get a tasty serving of healthy fats, plenty of protein, and lots of low GL carbs. Here’s an at-a-glance GI and GL table…

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5 Signs of Hidden Health Problems

…protein. Make sure you eat modest amounts (20–25 grams per meal) of high-quality, low-fat protein from skinless poultry, oily fish (especially salmon), egg whites, beans, and legumes. Occasional servings of lean meat are also okay. Brittle nails may also be caused by low levels of biotin. Fortunately…

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4 Secrets for Eating Your Way to Better Heart Health

…consumption. 2. Pick the right protein. Make sure you get adequate amounts of high-quality, low-fat protein from skinless poultry, fish (especially salmon), egg whites, beans, legumes, and occasional servings of lean meat. One serving is equal to four ounces of animal protein or four to six egg whites…

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Decline in Cognitive Functioning Can Begin in Your 40s

…once or twice a day, taken with meals. * Eat plenty of “brain food.” First and foremost is the omega-3 fatty acid DHA, which is most abundant in salmon, sardines and other cold-water fish, as well as DHA-enriched eggs and fish oil supplements. DHA is a vital constituent of brain cell membranes. It…

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8 Secrets the Weight Loss Industry Won’t Give You

…build muscle, studies show caloric intake goes way down when you eat more protein and fewer carbohydrates. Some good protein sources are wild-caught salmon, almonds, ground turkey, beans, and eggs. 3. Strapping on a pedometer can help you stay active. Scientists reviewed data from 26 studies involving…

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How to Get the Most Out of the Summer Sun

…sunburn in photosensitive patients, and more recent studies reveal that lycopene (abundant in tomatoes and watermelon) and astaxanthin (found in salmon and krill oil) also counteract UV-induced free radicals in the skin and the eyes. * Watch the types of fat you eat. Omega-6 fatty acids, the kind found…

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Four Simple Steps to Improve Cognitive Function

…Function With Diet Taking the steps below can help reduce the risk of age-related memory loss and improve cognitive function. * Replace meat with salmon and other omega-3–rich fish that dampen inflammation. * Eliminate starches and sweets, and eat more beans, legumes, and other low-glycemic carbohydrates…

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5 Weight Loss Myths, Debunked!

…supplements because the body is unable to produce them on its own. Fresh raw nuts and seeds are rich in omega-6 fatty acids, while cold water fish (salmon, mackerel, herring, sardines, tuna, and trout) and flaxseed are the richest sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Weight Loss Myth #4: “Healthy” sugars…

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Know Your Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

…processed foods (diets high in these types of fat have been shown to stimulate cancer growth). * Boost your intake of cold-water fish such as wild caught salmon, mercury-free tuna and mackerel. Cold-water fish are nature's most abundant source of the omega-3 essential fatty acids that protect against prostate…

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Food Safety Tips

…other types of seafood can—and should—be eaten at least twice a week: anchovies, catfish, clams, crab, flounder, herring, ocean perch, oysters, salmon, sardines, scallops, shrimp, sole, squid (calamari), tilapia, trout (freshwater), and whitefish. Food Preparation Tips * Don’t microwave food using…

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Tips for Preventing Cancer

…soups, cereals or beverages. * Drink several cups of tea (black or green) or coffee every day, and if you drink alcohol, do so in moderation. * Eat salmon or other omega-3–rich fish two or three times a week, and take a minimum of 2 g of supplemental fish oil every day. * Get at least half an hour of…

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