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Healthy Shrimp Dinner Recipes: 8 Ways to Get More Omega-3s

Healthy Shrimp Dinner Recipes: 8 Ways to Get More Omega-3s

Shrimp is the most-consumed seafood in the United States, and for good reason. In addition to just being delicious, shrimp is a good source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and even vitamin D, which can be difficult to get from food. Shrimp is also low in mercury, and wild-caught shrimp is less likely to contain toxins than farmed. So, now that you've gone out and bought yourself some wild-caught shrimp, what are you going to make with it? Shrimp is extremely versatile and can be used in dishes from a wide variety of cuisines. We've gathered a selection of healthy shrimp dinner recipes to help you decide what to put on the table this week. Shrimp Recipes with Pasta Who doesn't love American-style shrimp scampi? Garlicky, buttery shrimp s... (read more)

Fish Recipes: Healthy Ways to Get Your Omega-3s

Fish Recipes: Healthy Ways to Get Your Omega-3s

Everyone knows fish is good for you, but it is not uncommon to hear people say they just don't like fish. However, when you consider fish is one of the best whole food sources of heart-healthy and anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids, you might decide it is worth giving fish another try. Some types of fish contain considerably more omega-3s than other fish. Fatty, oily fish, such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, herring, anchovies, and sardines contain more omega-3s than lean fish, such as tilapia or cod. So if you're trying to learn to like fish for its health benefits, do not bother with tilapia, even if it is one of the most consumed fish in the U.S. Though salmon and tuna are good choices in terms of omega-3 content, there are some issue... (read more)