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omega-3 fatty acids

3 03, 2023

Omega-3 Fats: Big Benefits

By Rust Nutrition|2023-03-14T20:04:56-04:00March 3rd, 2023|DASH Diet/Wellness, Health Professionals, Healthy Aging, Heart Disease, Wellness|Comments Off on Omega-3 Fats: Big Benefits

I am partnering on a future project with GOED, but was not paid to write this post. My views are my own. You've probably heard about Omega-3 fats. However did you know they support brain, eye and heart health? Many studies have reported that omega-3 fatty acids can [...]

26 01, 2020

5 easy ways to incorporate fish twice a week into your diet

By Rust Nutrition|2020-01-15T15:58:42-05:00January 26th, 2020|DASH Diet/Wellness, Easy Cooking, Food Facts, Healthy Aging, Heart Disease, Wellness|Comments Off on 5 easy ways to incorporate fish twice a week into your diet

You've heard fish is part of a healthy diet, but are you eating it regularly? What's stopping you? The smell? The taste? Bad experiences with poorly prepared fish? Or do you just 'think' you don't like it and haven't really tried different varieties? Maybe you love canned tuna? [...]

22 01, 2018

A Fresh Look at Fish

By Rust Nutrition|2023-03-21T12:43:03-04:00January 22nd, 2018|DASH Diet/Wellness, Easy Cooking, Food Facts, Heart Disease|Comments Off on A Fresh Look at Fish

I was invited to attend a food and nutrition conference this month in Lisbon, Portugal (part of my travel was sponsored), and was excited to learn more about current research on the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids and including seafood in the diet. Lisbon is a beautiful city by [...]

14 11, 2014

Omega-3 Fatty Acids

By Rust Nutrition|2023-06-10T11:41:58-04:00November 14th, 2014|Food Facts, Heart Disease, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Courtesy of artemisphoto via freedigitalimages.net Omega-3 fatty acids are essential. Omega-3s help control blood clotting and build cell membranes in the brain. Since our bodies don't produce them, we need to get them from food. They're found in fatty fish such as salmon, lake trout, sardines, and [...]