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Eating fish is remarkably beneficial to your mind and body.

It is good for your heart

Eating fish that is rich in Omega-3 appears to reduce the risk of heart disease.

It is good for the mind

Omega-3 found in fish is essential for good brain health. Your brain and nervous system is are made up of fat and they have a preference for DHA which is an Omega-3.

It improves overall well being

Fish is loaded with important nutrients. This includes not only omega but protein, iodine, and vitamin D, which are all essential for your well being.

Which are healthiest fish to eat?

Wild Salmon

They pack 1200 mg of omega's per 3 ounce serving.


Cod is a great source of niacin and vitamin B-12. A 3-ounce portion has 20 grams of protein.


Single serving has about  20 grams of protein and is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, iron and potassium,

Why we love fish!


We consume  fish weekly  because both of  us have Alzheimer’s and Dementia in our genetics.  Studies suggest omega-3’s may help protect against Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and have a positive effect on gradual memory loss linked to aging.  We love eating fish not only because of all of the health and mind benefits, but we also enjoy the flavors and all of the creative recipes you can create with fish.

One of our favorite fish is Salmon, but we prefer to eat it sashimi style. We eat salmon sashimi 2-3 times a week. My favorite dish is the Salmon Sashimi bowl, it is easy to make and a great way to incorporate veggies. You can see one of our favorite recipes here.

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