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5 Reasons Bone Broth Is a Superfood

If you have perused the internet lately, you may have noticed a growing buzz around bone broth. It has become so popular that even one NYC bone broth cafe has popped up. If you are confused, bone brot…

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Baked Fish with Salsa Verde

A super-easy fish recipe dressed up with a sauce of shallots and garlic. On a busy weeknight, this light and quick dish can go a long way. YIELD 4 servings Ingredients 4 (6-ounce) tilapia fil…

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Wild vs. Farmed Salmon: Can Some Fish Be Bad For You?

Salmon is commonly prized for its health benefits. It is a fatty fish that is loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids, which most people don't get enough of. However, not all salmon is created equal, unfor…

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Pregnant Women Should Avoid Tuna Entirely, Says Consumer Reports

Probably not so great even if you're not pregnant... Mercury in the upper layers of the ocean has more than tripled since industrial revolution, mostly thanks to the burning of fossil fuels like co…

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9 Food Pairings that Fight Disease

Over the last few decades, there has been a mountain of research on the healing powers of individual compounds in foods, such as lycopene, vitamin D and essential fatty acids. Yet, scientists are no…

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Is No-Kill Caviar Ethical?

Caviar, at one time the fanciest food of them all, might be tasty (depending on who you ask) but it's never been very ethical. Now, a new technique is giving us no-kill caviar. But do we want it? T…

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Genetically-Modified Salmon Insufficiently Tested for Safety

The US Food and Drug Administration is in the process of assessing genetically-modified salmon created by the US-based corporation AquaBounty Technologies for possible approval for human consumption. …

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New Book, The ‘Pescetarian Plan,’ Says Pescatarianism is Healthiest

Appearing on bookshelves just in time for Lent is a new book from Janis Jibrin, RD, 'The Pescetarian Plan.' Taking healthy eating principles from both Mediterranean and Japanese diets, the book outlin…

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Safeway, Kroger Say ‘No’ to Genetically-Modified Salmon

The two largest American grocery chains, Safeway and Kroger, join the growing list of grocery stores that are saying "no" to genetically-modified (GM) salmon.  According to a story in the Los Angeles …

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Why Seahorses Are One of the Deadliest Creatures in the Sea

It's not sharks. It's not barracuda. It's not bluefin tuna. No, one of the deadliest creatures in the sea is not a species we even think of as a predator at all. It is the seahorse. Here, I'll give…

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Thanks for sharing.

I will build a bird house for my home. :D

Thank you for the nice recipe

so sad that pharmacies haven't gotten adequate staff training