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Healthy Heart Nutrition: Winning Waldorf Salmon Salad

…your waistline trim. And you can't beat the taste of this heart healthy recipe! Winning Waldorf Salmon-Salad Recipe (Makes 4 servings) 2 (6 oz.) wild salmon fillets, cooked and flaked ½ cup mayonnaise ¼ cup plain yogurt 1 tablespoon lemon juice ¼ tsp. pepper ¼ tsp. dried thyme ½ tsp. salt 1 stalk…

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For Heart-Healthy Omega-3 Benefits, Eat More Fat

…vegetables. But the source I prefer above all others in a heart-healthy diet is fish. The best natural fish oil sources are cold-water fish like wild salmon and mackerel. Another popular way to get omega-3 benefits is by taking omega-3 oil supplements, which can be found at health food and grocery stores…

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Mercury Levels in Fish: Is It a Worry, or Not?

…those species of fish with the highest content of mercury such as shark, swordfish, king mackerel, and tilefish. If you like fish, as I do, opt for wild salmon, sardines, tuna, cod, and other low mercury fish as part of your heart-healthy diet. Now, it’s your turn: What's your favorite way to eat fish…

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Women's Vitamin Needs

…skin smooth and supple. Plus, if your skin is rough and dry, I recommend consuming more foods that contain omega-3 essential fatty acids, such as wild salmon, crushed flax, and olive oil. I’ll be sharing even more secrets about women's vitamin needs—so stay tuned. You May Also Be Interested In: * Women…

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Enjoy DHA Omega-3 Benefits

…. The reason they’re called “essential” fatty acids is that your body doesn’t manufacture them—you need to get them in foods (such as wild salmon), or through an omega-3 supplement. But it’s not enough just to get omega-3s—it’s vitally important to get enough DHA omega-3 benefits. Let…

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The 14 Most Dangerous Toxins to the Heart

…swordfish—have the highest mercury content. Limit your fish consumption to smaller species such as Atlantic halibut, Spanish mackerel, scrod, and wild salmon. When eating tuna, opt for light chunk tuna, not albacore, and make sure it’s packed in water. Avoid fresh water fish altogether. Also, limit your…

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Fish: A Natural Source of Omega-3s

…are flaxseed, hemp, pumpkin seed oils, dark leafy green vegetables, walnuts, and fish. The source I prefer above all others is fish, especially wild salmon. Fish convert the omega-3 building block, linolenic acid, into two highly beneficial end products for our bodies: EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and…

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