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Farmed Fish Dangers Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Farmed Fish Dangers.

Wild or Farmed Fish: What's Better?

These days, an increasing number of health-conscious consumers are choosing to eat fish for its heart-healthy benefits. The American Heart Association recommends that adults eat fish twice a week to meet their needs for omega-3 fatty acids, but how d...  Read more

Casting Your Net On Seafood Safety

Take heart, fish lovers! While the safety issues surrounding the consumption of fish are legitimate, don’t let them spoil your seafood catch. The Benefits There are many health benefits from eating seafood. It is an exceptional source of...  Read more

Best and Worst Fish Choices

Word is spreading that fish is good for your health, but like many matters of health and nutrition, there’s nothing simple about simply eating fish. Even though many varieties can be good for your health, contaminants such as mercury and po...  Read more

Red Meat Consumption Linked to Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disease that has been linked to a combination of genetic and lifestyle factors. Previous studies have found that cigarette smoking and a diet low in vitamin C-rich fruits play roles in the development of...  Read more

A Power Food for Health Nuts

We’re not nuts for saying it – a daily dose of nuts is a healthy way of snacking. Ditch the guilt and dig in. The only caution, keep it to about a handful. Nuts have had a long-time bad rap as a high calorie, indulgent food that we s...  Read more

Omega 3s in fish
Updated 10/12/2015 4:02:29 AM

Last week I saw a reputable TV programme ("Eat well for less", BBC1 in the UK) which said that while fish like mackerel, salmon and sardines retain their Omega 3 fatty acids after canning, tuna does not -- thus tinned tuna is not a good option in thi...  Read more

Mercury in fish?
Updated 10/7/2015 10:00:46 AM

Is a vegan diet advisable? Seems everythg is bad for you! Mercury in fish, pesticides on produce, saturated fat in meat and butter....the list goes on! What CAN we eat neway?!...  Read more

We got McDonalds to got for lunch! I had fish wit
Updated 10/4/2015 10:38:04 PM

We got McDonalds to got for lunch! I had fish with no tarter sauce and half my fries. But I had a broccoli coleslaw with chicken for supper. I didn't go over my any of my goal limits!!!...  Read more

No meat at all. I still eat fish but I'm not that

No meat at all. I still eat fish but I'm not that big a fan. My biggest problem is I hate beans, all beans. It's a texture thing. Not vegan, so I do eat eggs often. I binged on cheese for the 1st few months but finally got control of that. &#...  Read more

Went to dinner for a Wisconsin fish fry. Had coles
Updated 9/25/2015 11:14:57 PM

Went to dinner for a Wisconsin fish fry. Had coleslaw, a cup of New England clam chowder and split a fried seafood platter. Walked 7 miles and did an hour of yoga to balance out the amount of calories eaten today. Not...  Read more


A switch to polyunsaturated fats can possibly lead to lower levels of body inflamation and less build up of plaque in the arteries. The foods with the most saturated fat are butter, cream, and cheese. Coconut and palm oils are largely saturated. Too...  Read more

Salad Dressing

Walden Farms salad dressings...  Read more

Hunters, Fishers & Outdoor Lovers

A place where you can share hunting or fishing stories, photos, and recipes....  Read more

Speedy Suppers: Baked Salmon Dijon

Fast, easy, tasty. That's what dinner should be. This week's Speedy Supper is ready in 20 minutes and requires little work on your end. Whisk together a quick Dijon mustard sauce, spread it over salmon fillets and pop them in the oven. While the fish...  Read more

Food Labeling 101: Understanding Label Claims

The supermarket aisles are flooded with health claims from "healthy, all-natural" frozen dinners to "cholesterol-lowering" granola bars. We're constantly getting conflicting messages on what to what to eat — from organic...  Read more