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Healthy Fish, Healthy Body, Healthy Ocean by Chris M. Posted Wed 15 Jul 2009 12:00am We’ve all heard how important it is to include fish in our diet to improve our overall health. However, most of us have also heard we need to be cautious about eating fish because of possible contamination with mercury, PCBs, and other toxins. Throw in ecological “devastation” and it can make choosing to eat fish a daunting task! So what are ... Read on »
Healthy Fish n’ Chips by Posted Wed 29 Feb 2012 5:41am This recipe is the poor and healthy man’s fish and chips. Let’s skip the deep fried coating and skip the expensive white fish and make this a Healthy, Tasty, Cheap recipe why don’t we? I present to you: spiced tilapia, baked oven fries and peas.  You can serve this to your kids, your husband, your boyfriend or your friends for ... Read on »
Healthy Fish Tacos by Tamara H. Posted Wed 24 Oct 2012 12:42pm Healthy Fish Tacos Filed under: Recipes — October 24, 2012 I love this recipe because fish tacos are one of my favorite foods, but I know it is packed with calories it usually is. Plus this recipe takes less than 30 minutes to make and is less than 400 calorie ... Read on »
Healthy Fish Tacos by amyella Posted Tue 19 Apr 2011 2:21pm It's not a secret that I still talk about San Diego like it is the greatest place on earth, in the history of earth. That's because IT'S THE GREATEST PLACE ON EARTH. I don't know when I might get back but "never" is not an option. When I first moved there I'd never even heard of a fish taco and I thought that, frankly, it sounded disgusting. ... Read on »
Healthy Fish Meal by Luna by Meg S. Posted Sun 08 Jan 2012 8:44pm Oh my goodness I got the puppy hook-up today! My human parents brought me home a healthy fish meal plate. Don’t they know though that I don’t eat things off plates! My manners always get in the way- DARN IT! Please mummy take it off the plate for me… PLEASE! I’m so overwhelmed by all these toy ... Read on »
Healthy Fish Tacos by Skinny Beast Posted Sat 12 Jun 2010 4:46pm OK, this is the last of the Mexican food posts for a while...promise. Apparently, this is my baby beast's fault (cravings). This is a really good one, very easy to make and insanely healthy. The meat n' potatoes hubby struggled through this one and finally admitted that it was tasty (his plate was cleaned twice). 1 lb whit ... Read on »
Healthy Fish Consumption Linked to Lower Heart Risks by Anita Patient Expert Posted Sun 18 Mar 2012 4:19pm Postmenopausal women who frequently consume baked or broiled fish may have a lower risk of developing heart failure, according to a new study. However, those who consume a lot of fried fish have a higher risk for heart trouble. Heart failure affects about 5.7 million Americans. There are many different known causes of heart failure. S ... Read on »
Healthy Fish Sandwich with Fries by PunkRockChic Posted Thu 12 Apr 2012 11:38pm Ingredients  2 slices whole wheat/whole grain bread 4 fish sticks (I used Aldi's Fit&Active brand) 1 slice American cheese 1 tbsp tartar sauce (I used Kraft Fat Free Tartar Sauce) 6 Oreida crinkles I baked the fish and fries (which even the kids devoured!), which is always a healthier option to frying them. I like my fo ... Read on »
Operation: Winner! & a Healthy Fish Dish by Brittany Posted Thu 12 Aug 2010 7:58am Happy Thursday loves! I’m getting to the blog a little later this morning… sorry for those checking up to see if they won the copy of Operation Beautiful… I’ll get to announcing the winner, right after I tell you about my delicious dinner (unintentional rhyme- score!) I wish I could say I created this recipe (I didn’t), but it’s one of ... Read on »
Healthy Cooking with Fish by Suzanne B Posted Sun 13 May 2012 5:46pm Fried fish is yummy when prepared well; I can’t deny that. And in a lot of cultures, fried or boiled fish are the only two options most people know. And considering that a lot of folks prefer fried fish to boiled fish, nothing more needs to be said on the subject. However, fish in itself is pretty healthy as it is a great low-fa ... Read on »