Posted by: wildfishmonger | February 9, 2011

Doctors say Wild Salmon is best

Experts Agree – Wild Salmon is One of the Healthiest Foods You Can Eat!

Omega-3 fatty acids found in wild fish, especially salmon, reduce cholesterol, protect your heart, fight cancer and improve brain function.

Certain types of fish are excellent sources of Omega-3 essential fatty acids, which have been found to lower “bad” cholesterol and have a host of other health benefits….if you’re buying fish in the United States, salmon and trout are your best bets for Omega-3s. – Dr. Michael Roizen, Chief Wellness Officer at the Cleveland Clinic.

By far, the best type of Omega-3 fats are those found in fish. That’s because the Omega-3 in fish is high in two fatty acids crucial to human health, DHA and EPA. These two fatty acids are pivotal in preventing heart disease, cancer, and many other diseases. The human brain is also highly dependent on DHA, and maintaining high DHA levels can help deter depression, schizophrenia, memory loss, and Alzheimer’s. Omega-3 is also very important for pregnant women and children, as researchers are now also linking inadequate intake of Omega-3 to premature birth and low birth weight, and to hyperactivity in children. – Joseph Mercola, D.O., founder/director, The Optimal Wellness Center

Omega three essential fatty acids are crucial for life and essential for optimal health. Demographic studies indicate that populations that consume more fresh fish are less prone to a variety of diseases. – Michael Lange OD, CNS

Dr. Mehmet Oz, Oprah’s Health Guru, ranks Wild Salmon #1 on his list of Omega-3 foods.

People with Omega-3s deficiencies are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease, cancer, inflammatory disorders, and mental and emotional problems. Recent research suggests that supplementing the diet with Omega-3 fatty acids not only can reduce these risks but can also help treat depression, bipolar disorder, autism, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Fish is, indeed, a brain food. – Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D.

“Our epidemic of heart disease and cancer may be the result of a fish oil deficiency so enormous we fail to recognize it.” The bottom line: it’s not just okay to include Omega-3 fatty acids in your diet, it’s imperative to do so if you want to restore a critical balance in your body that is most likely out of whack. – Dr. Evan Cameron, Linus Pauling Institute.

Prominent doctors and health experts all concur that wild salmon is beneficial to your health; so will your doctor.



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  1. I take fortifeye omega 3 fish oil from Dr. michael Lange. I notice his name on here. he is one of the best ill say. his omega-3 fish oil and his radio show has saved my life and the life of my loved ones. his show on the radio is so informative and he teaches people so much with his live callers and the answers he gives. I am happy to see his name on here. he is a fine man and very smart with a great staff. I have never met such a man. great article.

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