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Salmon, walnuts, flax seeds, and more. Omega-3 fatty acids have been found to have a number of positive health benefits. With triglyceride lowering, brain boosting, and inflammation reducing properties, omega-3’s rule the “fats” world. The richest sources of omega-3 come from fish, such as salmon (wild caught), tuna, anchovies, sardines, and mackerel. Increasing fish consumption is healthy, but with concerns of mercury it is important to limit to 2-3 times per week, especially for pregnant women and children. For non-fish sources of omega-3 look no further than walnuts, flax seeds, and canola oil.

Cook omega-3 rich meals and snacks tonight!

  • Baked salmon rubbed with canola oil and spices
  • Tuna salad with vegetables, walnuts, and flax seeds
  • Tuna salad stuffed avocados
  • Salmon burgers
  • Walnut crusted salmon
  • Walnuts, almonds, dried fruit
  • Basil Walnut Pesto
  • Flax seed and walnut granola

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