Eat Fish...Live Longer

    A study published in the April edition of the Annals of Internal Medicine for more than 2600 older adults found those with the highest blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon lived more than two years longer on average than those with lower blood levels "Blood levels of omega-3s are related to lower risk of death, especially cardiovascular death." People with the highest levels of omega-3s reduced their overall risk of death from any cause by up to 27 percent compared to those with the lowest levels. And they had about a 35 per cent lower risk of dying from heart disease." During the 16 year follow up, 1625 people died, including 570 from cardiovascular causes. The higher the omega-3 blood levels, the lower their risk of death during the follow-up, the study found. The American Heart Association recommends eating two 3.5-ounce servings of fatty fish, such as salmon, each week. Bill Remington recommends you eat all different kinds of delicious seafoods , especially salmon at his restaurant on Belt LIne in Addison. You can get fresh salmon blackened, grilled, sauteed or oven broiled. And, order fresh steamed spinach or an alternate fresh veggie along with a baked potato for an enjoyable, healthy meal. You might live 2 years longer so why take the chance of not eating as suggested above?

This Week's Specials
Pistachio Crusted Clear Cut Trout
Pan Seared Snapper w/ citrus butter
Horseradish Crusted Halibut
Blackened Shrimp Alfredo
Tilapia Provencal
Coho Salmon w/ caper butter
4580 Beltline Road Addison,Tx 75001 972.386.0122