SOTA Exhibits At Boston Seafood Show
Salmon, A Tasty Tuna Alternative
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Salmon of the Americas Inc. is exhibiting at the International Boston Seafood Show from February 24 to February 26, 2008. Please visit us at Booth #1720 and help us continue our mission of promoting the many health benefits of consuming ocean farmed salmon.
With word of high levels of mercury in tuna making headlines again lately, you may be looking for another fish for your plate. The Early Show's resident chef, Bobby Flay asked Thursday – how about some savory salmon? It's loaded with protein, is a wonderful source of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, and tastes great! Flay offered an easy recipe for delicious grilled salmon.
Most health experts feel the health benefits of salmon far outweigh the risk posed by minute levels of PCBs. William Connor, M.D., a professor of medicine at Oregon Health and Science University, in Portland, who has spent most of his career studying the health benefits of the omega-3 fats found in salmon, says he has no qualms about recommending farm-raised salmon. "I would rather my patients not miss out on the benefits of salmon, a fish with some of the highest levels of heart-healthy omega-3 fats around, than fear PCBs," he says.
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