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Healthy Heart Nutrition: Winning Waldorf Salmon Salad

…lowfat requirements needed to keep your waistline trim. And you can't beat the taste! Winning Waldorf Salmon Salad (Makes 4 servings) 2 (6 oz.) wild salmon fillets, cooked and flaked ½ cup nonfat mayonnaise ¼ cup plain nonfat yogurt 1 tablespoon lemon juice ¼ tsp. pepper ¼ tsp. dried thyme ½ tsp…

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Healthy Heart Nutrition: PAMM Diet Salad Recipes

…diet. Salad Niçoise, Dr. Sinatra-Style (Makes 2 servings) * ½ cup canned, unsalted or low sodium white beans, drained and rinsed * 6 oz. cooked wild salmon (or 6 oz. canned low sodium salmon) * 1 large egg, hard boiled and sliced * ½ cup cherry tomatoes, halved * ½ cup cooked green beans, cut in 2…

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Heart Healthy Foods Your Cardiologist Should ‘Prescribe’

…powerful antioxidants known as polyphenols, both of which help to block the oxidation of LDL cholesterol which fuels inflammation and heart disease. * Wild Salmon. This delicious, meaty hearthealthy food is loaded with omega-3 essential fatty acids (EFAs) that penetrate layers of heart plaque, soothing inflammation…

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Omega-3 Fish Oil Benefits and Aging

…you? Everyone should get at least 1 gram of marine-based omega-3 rich oil a day, either through the diet (eat good-quality coldwater fish, such as wild salmon) or a supplement. If you have heart disease, I recommend at least 2 grams daily. One of my new favorite sources of marine-based oil is Calamarine…

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How to Knock Out Diabetes Before It Develops

…ribose which is sweet, but has a negative glycemic effect. Plus, add blood sugar stabilizing healthy proteins to your diet including organic eggs, wild salmon, buffalo, organic chicken, and lamb. 2. Make these 5 foods part of your low-carb diet: avocados, nuts (macadamia nuts, walnuts, and almonds), chick…

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For a Heart-Healthy Diet, Eat More Fat

…well as dark leafy green vegetables. But the source I prefer above all others in a heart-healthy diet is fish, especially cold-water fish like wild salmon and mackerel. Plus, another popular way to get omega-3 benefits is by taking fish oil or other marine animal (krill or squid) supplements, which…

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

…of those species 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. Now, it’s your turn: What’s your favorite fish dish? Here are some heart-healthy fish recipes…

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Men and Women Aren't Equal When It Comes to Vitamins

…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 vitamin secrets for women—and men—so stay tuned. You May Also Be Interested In: * Women…

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Enjoy the Benefits of DHA

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

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Heart Healthy Nutrition: Salad Nicoise Sinatra Style

If you’ve been with me for a while, you know I’m wild about wild salmon. Wild salmon—which feed on smaller fish—are a great medicinal food packed with omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and a powerful carotenoid called astaxanthin, which helps prevent the oxidation of fats in the body. This is also…

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