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One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Broil Fish! by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:01pm 1 Comment Now What? If you’ve been following the Primal plan for any degree of time, you know that fish is a popular part of the diet. It’s tasty, it’s nutritious, and it’s easy to cook. Yes, that’s right, it’s easy to cook. Especially once you master the art of broiling. Admittedly, a guide to broiling fish might seem a bit obvious (you know, ... Read on »
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish! by Kelly .. Posted Tue 12 Apr 2011 11:02am I am so excited and honored that Brittany asked me to guest post on my son's 2nd birthday! For my son's second birthday, I decided to take off from his current book obsessed: Dr. Seuss' One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. He brings it to me what seems like 126 times a day to be read. It was a no brainer that this would be the theme ... Read on »
Red Fish, Green Fish, Yes Fish, No Fish by Cheryl H. Registered Dietician Posted Wed 10 Aug 2011 4:39pm Navigating the risks of mercury. Every week or so, I see an article on the importance of fish for good health and how we all should eat more.  Then a line or two on how people should avoid mercury because it can be so dangerous, etc.  I suspect the take home message most people are receiving is “you should eat fish, but it’s risky.” So ... Read on »
IQ and Fish, the Whole Fish, and Nothing But the Fish by Jena P. Posted Tue 30 Aug 2011 5:31pm For the nine-plus months of pregnancy, I dutifully downed fish oil pills. I had heard all about the virtues of essential fatty acids (especially DHA, docosahexaenoic acid), known collectively as omega-3s, which are found in fish such as salmon and sardines. These fats are involved in the development of new neurons and help form the cell ... Read on »
One fish, two fish, red fish, screwed fish by Melissa M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 9:29pm Claire is still sick. She threw up all night last night. She is such a little trooper. She called for us just before she threw up so that we could take her to the potty. She really tried to help out. I went to work today. We thought that Claire would just sleep and lay around since she had been sick all night. I forgot who we were dealing ... Read on »
One Fish, Two Fish, Dead Fish, Blue Fish by Lisa .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 5:32pm My computer has been acting up lately. It started when I had some new RAM installed and it turns out that it wasn ’t the right kind. Since then there have been some other issues. My anti-virus program found a couple of viruses that were removed. Two of them were in system restore files so naturally when I used system restore to fix things, instead ... Read on »
Mercury in Fish: One Fish, Two Fish, Don’t Fish, Do Fish. by Aimee Prasek Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 9:55am About six weeks ago, it was reported that actor Jeremy Piven left the Broadway production, “Speed-the-Plow” because of elevated levels of mercury. The excuse is a little odd… and Piven has gotten some heat from the media. But, it is possible to elevate your mercury levels just from eating fish. Here’s some helpful info so you don’t end up l ... Read on »
10/4/09 - Fish Watch'n, Fish Eat'n and just plain Fish'n by Adam Freeman Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:04pm After a hard working week, Aimee and I were able to take some time to ourselves and enjoy a few recommendations around Wrightsville Beach. Mike, (Ally and Bran's Dad), was able to find a job in Wilmington and also plans to grow his pressure washing business on the side. So...needless to say, we were kidless and we very much enjoyed some qualit ... Read on »
Fish, Fish, and more Fish with a Smattering of Cherry by Baroness Tapuzina Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm I love to experiment with all of the wonderful fresh fish we can get here in Israel. And the other day, they had some small fish at the fish monger in the supermarket. I don’t usually buy fresh fish there, but this looked especially fresh. I have been buying my fish from Dubkin Brother’s located at Moshav Tekuma near the border with Gaza. ... Read on »
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish – Red Mullet by Baroness Tapuzina Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm Friday night we decided to have fish, so I made my take on Fish and Chips. I use all types of fish filets for shallow frying, such as cod, halibut and flounder. On Friday, I used red mullet, or barbounia as it is called in Hebrew. We had the following: Cocktail hour: Mango-Pineapple Caipirinha Red Mullet with a Panko-Sesame, Oreg ... Read on »