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The Winners of a Taste of Success Chef Contest are in

At SalmonFacts.org we know a thing or two about farmed salmon

Philippe Verain

The winners of our farmed salmon chef contest are in! The contest was held by your favourite farmed salmon trade association, Salmon of the America's Inc. with the culinary institute of Le Cordon Bleu in five different states. Our contest generated many videos that were uploaded to our contest site www.chef-contest.com. These videos were voted by thousands of viewers which enabled the contestants to be ranked into the top 20 spots qualifying them for the final round of voting by Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute.

SOTA is happy to announce the top winning first place recipe by Philippe Verain of the Le Cordon Bleu Institute of Austin Texas. You can check out Phillipe's farmed salmon recipe "The Swan's Nest" at http://www.chef-contest.com/vote.html




Farmed Salmon Health Benefits For An Active Lifestyle

Farmed Salmon is good for you and some of the greatest salmon health benefits include a reduced risk of certain types of cancer simply by eating salmon once per week. People who eat salmon have a 37% reduced risk of colorectal cancer and men can have a 72% reduced risk of prostate cancer. Additionally, farmed salmon can improve blood flow, prevent erratic heart rhythms, unclog arteries and reduce the risk of stroke. One of the most important salmon health benefits is a lower level of triglycerides in the body. This can help lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Additionally, another of the salmon health benefits is that the fish is full of omega-3 fatty acids, while still low in calories and saturated fat. Salmon is a great source of protein and is good for both your heart and your brain. To read more about consuming seafood like farmed salmon click on http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/what-should-you-eat/fish/




The Nutrition Source
Ask the Expert: Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Many individuals are confused about the type of omega 3 to consume and questions are raised as to their benefits. At the Harvard School of Public Health Dr. Frank Sacks can help answer these questions by visiting their ASK THE EXPERT - Dr. Frank Sacks, Professor of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention, Department of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health. Readers can learn that Dr. Sacks recommends consuming omega 3 the old fashioned way by eating seafood rich in the essential fatty acid such as salmon. Check out the Harvard School of Public Health.