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Enjoy the Benefits of DHA

…is associated with better cognitive health and brain function. What’s the best way to get DHA omega-3s? Good food sources of DHA include wild salmon, sardines and DHA-fortified eggs. Omega-3s are also found in fish and krill oil. But DHA is naturally found in higher levels in Calamarine™, which is…

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Heart-Healthy Diets: 6 Surprising Foods to Avoid

…seafood is on your menu, steer clear of farm raised fish and pick fish that are likely to contain the least amount of mercury: wild caught salmon, scallops, cod, Pollack, sardines, herring, sole, scrod, and Atlantic halibut. Now it's your turn: What foods do you include in your heart-healthy diet? You May…

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5 Tips for Preventing Dry Skin

…is to feel your skin. If it’s soft, smooth, and velvety, you’re probably getting enough EFAs. If not, try to consume more wild cold-water fish such as salmon, sardines, and mackerel (but not king mackerel), nuts such as almonds and walnuts, and flaxseed. I also recommend that you supplement with…

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9 Secrets for Achieving a Healthy Weight

…more. 4. Increase your intake of healthy-fat foods, including coconut oil, olive oil, and the essential fatty acids found in foods like wild caught salmon and sardines. 5. Drink lots of clean, filtered water—strive for at least eight glasses a day. 6. Consume large amounts of green foods, including green…

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

…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 in your…

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Protect Your Vision with Fish

…“fresh caught” or “line caught” fish whenever possible. * Stay with low mercury fish such as Atlantic halibut, Wild Pacific salmon, cod, scrod, canned anchovies, sardines, light tuna packed in water (less is more with tuna). * Skip mercury-laden swordfish, shark, and tilefish. Now it’s your…

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