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Fish High Mercury Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Fish High Mercury.

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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

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

Reduce Asthma Symptoms with Omega 3s

Omega-3 fatty acids seem to be good for everything, and a new study of their effect on exercise-induced asthma is yet another example of the benefits of this healthy type of fat. A study at Indiana University found that adults with mild-to-moderate p...  Read more

The Mega Benefits of Omega 3s

In a college nutrition class I took back in the 90s, I overheard a classmate boasting to a small group about how she only ate fat-free food. Most of America was still in the clutches of the fat-free craze, and my classmate’s views weren’t...  Read more

Easy Ways to Eat More Seafood

I consider my diet to be pretty healthy. I'm willing to try a wide variety of foods, but there is one thing that I've never been able to eat: seafood. My parents love fish and seafood, so growing up, I tried all kinds. The only seafood I...  Read more

Morning high glucose
Updated 9/26/2016 8:26:16 PM

Why are my morning glucose levels so high? I am following my medical diet exactly as I a supposed to low-carbs and high protein and my day time glucose levels are in control 75-100 before meals and under 180 after meals but in the morning they are st...  Read more

Eating well right now I'm getting high sodium not much protein but I'm getting at least half any sug
Updated 9/25/2016 8:35:15 AM

Eating well right now I'm getting high sodium not much protein but I'm getting at least half any suggestions ?...  Read more

I do the low carb high fat lifestyle. It isn't for
Updated 9/23/2016 9:22:01 PM

I do the low carb high fat lifestyle. It isn't for everyone but, I really do like it. It really does take some getting used to. Does anyone on here do this?...  Read more

Any one doing keto on here an high fat med protein
Updated 9/23/2016 2:47:31 PM

Any one doing keto on here an high fat med protein low carb add me!!!...  Read more

High fat diet apparently works for some, but not me.. I tried it for 2 weeks by replacing fat free m
Updated 9/23/2016 10:38:21 AM

High fat diet apparently works for some, but not me.. I tried it for 2 weeks by replacing fat free milk with whole milk and drank a glass a day x 2 weeks. I gained 1.5 lbs....  Read more

Benefits of Fish Oil

There are few supplements on the market that offer as many benefits as fish oil does. Regardless of who you are, it's almost certain you will benefit from it. Learn more.Whether you're looking to maximize muscle building and fat loss, or you're simpl...  Read more

Choosing The Healthiest Fish (con't)

Fish facts: Giannopoulos recommends starting with basics. There's fatty fish, (also called oily fish), such as salmon, mackerel, herring, tuna, trout and sardines. These contain unsaturated omega-3 fatty acids that help keep the heart, the brain a...  Read more

HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

To help each other with High Blood Pressure...  Read more

Eating More Seafood for Good Health

I consider my diet to be pretty healthy. I'm willing to try a wide variety of foods, but there is one thing that I've never been able to eat: seafood. My parents love fish and seafood, so growing up, I tried all kinds. The only seafood I ever...  Read more

In the News: U.S. Not Feeling as Fishy

Though experts tell us we should be eating more fish and seafood, we're actually eating less, according to a study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Americans are eating about 16.3 pounds of fish and shellfish per capita eac...  Read more