Health Expert Peter Nielsen explains the Health benefits of Sushi
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Japan is a very developed country today, with an incredible culture and technological advances are the order of the day.
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Why is sushi so exotic? Chef Kalam Singh Rana of Hotel Crown Plaza decodes sushi eating etiquette and sushi’s health benefits.
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Fish is both delicious and healthy, but there are certain fish that will do you more harm than good for your health. Here are 9 types of fish you should never eat or eat very rarely. Some kinds of fish aren’t recommended for kids at all!
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Sushi (すし, 寿司, 鮨) is the Japanese preparation and serving of specially prepared vinegared rice (鮨飯 sushi-meshi) combined with varied ingredients (ネタ neta) such as chiefly seafood (often uncooked), vegetables, and occasionally tropical fruits. Styles of sushi and its presentation vary widely, but the key ingredient is sushi rice, also referred to as shari (しゃり), or sumeshi (酢飯).
Sushi can be prepared with either brown or white rice. It is often prepared with raw seafood, but some varieties of sushi use cooked ingredients, and many other are vegetarian. Sushi is often served with pickled ginger, wasabi, and soy sauce. Daikon radish is popular as a garnish.
Sushi is often confused with sashimi, a related Japanese dish consisting of thinly sliced raw fish or occasionally meat, and an optional serving of rice.
This amazing algae blesses all of our lives by holding our sushi together. But its benefits extend beyond structural integrity of California rolls! It’s packed with so many valuable nutrients that it deserves to be the star of its own show. For starters, only 8 grams of seaweed provides much more calcium than a glass of milk. Intrigued? Keep reading below to discover all of the health benefits of seaweed!
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We are going to go over the top 3 fish to eat and the fish that you may want to avoid. Fish can become contaminated in a number of ways – size, species, age and location determine contamination levels. Heavy Metals: Mercury and Lead-
Mercury is known to cause many health problems and is especially dangerous for children and women who are or may become pregnant. It can take 12-18 months for mercury to pass through the body, so women who may become pregnant should also work hard to avoid mercury. The nervous system and kidneys are the main targets of mercury. Children exposed to mercury may cause mental development problems, including coordination and learning handicaps. Anyone can experience mercury health effects, including: fatigue, dizziness, numbness or tingling, memory and coordination problems, irritability.If enough mercury is consumed, permanent brain and kidney damage can occur. Large, older, or predatory fish have more time and eat more contaminated foods, allowing heavy metals to bioaccumulate.
PCBs, dioxins, DDT and other chemicals can leach from factories or garbage into our waters. These chemicals are related to cancer risk. Bottom dwelling fish are the most susceptible to these toxins, including the American eel, sea trout and wild striped bass.
The Fukushima nuclear disaster is one of the most widely discussed radiation events that has an impact on what we eat. Radiation is known to cause cancer, so avoiding foods high in radioactive compounds is important. Researching your fish choices online is the best way to avoid consuming fish that come from an area high in radiation.
Choosing Fish for Your Family-
The Environmental Defense Fund Seafood Selector is a great benefit when deciding what fish to avoid and what fish to load up on. Given the above concerns while also weighing in health and deliciousness, here is the list of the top three fish:
(1) Pacific Sardines (US and Canada):
-Low in mercury
-High in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins B12, B2, B3, D, selenium, phosphorus, calcium, copper and more
-They are inexpensive and easy to find canned.
(2) Wild Alaskan Salmon:
-Salmon is one of the most delicious fish, rich in healthy fats.
-Low in mercury and sustainably fished
-Contains bioactive peptides that may support for cartilage, insulin and inflammation.
-High in vitamins B12, B3, D, selenium, omega-3 fatty acids, phosphorus, B6 and many others.
-Low in mercury and one of the most sustainably fished seafood sources out there
-High in selenium, omega-3s, B12, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and many others.
Seafood to Avoid:
Due to toxins and sustainability, it is best to stay away from these types of seafood.
-Anything this high up on the food chain is going to be a red flag when it comes to toxins.Predators consume other fish and their toxins. The higher up on the food chain, the higher the levels of mercury and toxins in the fish. Adding to the health dangers is the unsustainable fishing practices. Sharks have long gestation periods, taking a long time to mature and have offspring. This makes overfishing or depleting their numbers easy to do. Most shark species are experiencing a large decline due to fishing, being caught as bycatch and for fins in Asia.
A favorite among many sushi goers is unfortunately very high in mercury and horrible for sustainability.
Some tuna is much better for you and the environment than others. If you do consume tuna, US yellowfin is the best option. Canned albacore tuna is high in mercury and should be avoided. Bluefin and imported albacore are the worst tuna options for health and sustainability – do your best to avoid these.
Canned light tuna is better for you than canned white tuna when it comes to mercury, with about ⅓ the mercury content of canned white tuna.
(3) Farmed Tilapia:
Farmed tilapia in the US is often imported from China and Taiwan where the conditions and chemicals used are very troublesome.
All swordfish, being large hunters, are high in mercury. They are also fished very unsustainably, with large bycatch of sea turtles, sharks and seabirds.
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Italian pasta with simple or complex sauces is universal fare now-a-days. The variety of pasta shapes is numerous also; everything from bow-ties, little hats, manicotti, gnocchi, and sea shells to linguini, spaghetti, fettuccine, and paparadelle noodles. You can’t pick up a magazine without seeing a pasta recipe with a new twist, they simply are everywhere.
Even before the Romans, Italy grew the durum wheat for pasta. The Romans baked their pasta rather like lasagna. However, it was some time before Italians boiled pasta. Marco Polo is responsible for re-introducing pasta to Italy with Chinese noodles. The fact is Italians were already making pasta in Palermo when Marco Polo returned from China. For a more complete history of Italian pasta and tomato sauce, go to http://lifeinitaly.com/food/pasta-history.asp
This quick and easy pasta sauce is ready in the time it takes to boil the water and cook the pasta to al dente. The mix of seafood includes squid, crab, shrimp, mussels and steamer clams. Mixed seafood is available in most supermarket freezers or at your local fish monger. This sauce also works with chopped marlin, swordfish, halibut, or tuna. Get creative and add one of your favorite ingredients… perhaps capers, sweet peas, ramps, mushrooms, or cardoons.
Ingredients: – makes 4 servings
1 pound fettuccine noodles
1 Tbsp salt
1 pound mixed seafood
2 Tbsp butter
4 scallions, chopped tops and bulbs
1 Tbsp garlic, minced (about 4 cloves)
1 shallot, minced
½ cup dry white wine
2 Tbsp butter
1 cups cream
1 sprig tarragon, chopped or ½ tsp dried tarragon
Pinch of marjoram or oregano
Couple dashes of Tabasco sauce
Sea salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste
Italian flat-leaf parsley, chopped
1. Bring a large pot of water to a boil with 1 Tbsp salt.
2. Cook pasta in boiling water until it is al dente.
3. Drain and hold.
4. In a skillet over medium high heat, melt the butter until it froths. Add the scallions, garlic, shallots, and seafood. Sauté until aromatic and the shrimp are pink, about 3 minutes. The seafood will be slightly undercooked at this point.
5. Add wine, stirring from the bottom of the skillet. Reduce wine to half, about 6 minutes.
6. Push seafood to the side of the skillet, add 2 Tbsp of butter and swirl gently. Slowly add cream, whisking gently so that the cream thickens.
7. Add tarragon, marjoram, salt and pepper, and Tabasco sauce. Stir seafood and sauce together to combine.
8. Plate the fettuccine, pour the sauce over, and garnish with the parsley.
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Seafood restaurants can be a little tricky to judge and find a good one. There is an art to all cooking, but the preparing of seafood seems to be a delicate art that some restaurants just can’t handle. You may have to do some searching around before you find the seafood restaurant that you enjoy in the Los Angeles area.
Seafood restaurants can be a fine dining experience or they can be a very casual dining restaurant. Just because a restaurant has a casual atmosphere does not mean that they don’t serve fabulous food. You should determine which type of seafood you are looking for when you go out to a local Los Angeles restaurant. Fried foods are a popular treat among many people, but others are looking for something that is more delicately prepared.
There are many seafood restaurants in the Los Angeles area for you to choose from. Get a listing of the various restaurants that are in your local area and take a look at the menu. You may be able to see the menu online in a number of cases, but smaller restaurants may not be online.
Many times you can find a great restaurant just by being out and about in the Los Angeles area. Look for seafood restaurants as you are driving through seaside towns that have access to fresh fish regularly. These restaurants usually have the very best food. There are also a number of chain restaurants that serve seafood, but these restaurants may not be using fresh fish in their menu, but instead frozen fish that is used throughout all of the restaurants in the chain.
You may have to sit through some mediocre restaurants before you find the one that is your very favorite, but this is a fun way to locate the best seafood restaurant. Why not plan a night out once a week or month to eat in a great new restaurant. You can also find some fabulous seafood in another type of restaurant that doesn’t necessarily specialize in seafood. A Vietnamese restaurant is one example of this type of restaurant. There are many Vietnamese dishes that are made with fresh fish and vegetables.
Seafood dishes can also be found in other fine dining restaurants in Los Angeles. Many of these restaurants will not specialize in seafood, but will have some great dishes on their menu that are made with fresh fish. The next time you are in your favorite restaurant check out the seafood selections on the menu and give them a try. We sometimes believe that the only place to find good seafood is in a restaurant that specializes in seafood. This causes us to miss some wonderful opportunities to enjoy a good seafood meal in a place that we did not expect.
Many Asian restaurants prepare seafood in a way that is a little bit different than American preparation of the very same fish. The spices used in these dishes will give a different flavor to the seafood while allowing the natural taste of the fish to come through. A seafood restaurant in the Los Angeles area may not be exactly what you thought if you open your mind to new possibilities.
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Seafood is not only delicious but very nutritious as well. Fish and shellfish are low in saturated fat while containing the healthy omega-3 fatty acids. In addition, they have many other nutrients that keep us strong and promote healthy development. However, fish also contains mercury which is can be dangerous to our health. Most people do not need to worry about the trace amounts of mercury and can eat seafood without concern. However, the bodies of little children can be harmed. Mercury damages the developing nervous system. As a result the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as well as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), advises women who may become pregnant, pregnant women, nursing mothers, and young children to avoid certain types of fish that are higher in mercury.
Mercury is a naturally occurring element in the environment. It enters the air via industrial pollution and falls into lakes and streams. When mercury enters the water it turns into methylmercury. This is the type of harmful mercury that can be harmful to little bodies. All fish absorb the methylmercury. However, some absorb more mercury than others. Therefore, depending upon what fish you eat, the levels of mercury will vary.
Mercury builds up in an adult’s bloodstream and overtime the body processes it. Before you become pregnant, it is important to avoid food with mercury, so that your body has time to cleanse itself. This way, when you conceive, the baby will have a healthy environment in which to thrive.
By selecting certain fish and shellfish, women and children are able to still enjoy the nutritional benefits of fish while reducing their exposure the mercury. Swordfish, Shark, King Mackerel, and Tilefish all contain high levels of mercury and therefore, should be avoided. However, shrimp, canned light tuna, Pollock, salmon, and catfish are all low in mercury. Be careful not to confused light tuna with albacore tuna. Albacore tuna contains higher levels of mercury. The local authorities will have information about how safe the fish caught in your area is. This will help you know how much you can eat. If you are unable to find advice, don’t eat more than six ounces per week. For children, the size should be proportionally less.
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The Superfoods Rx diet bases its weigh loss method on eating certain foods that contain a rich array of nutrients. These foods, also known as functional foods, play a key role in the prevention of cancer, while also helping to reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, and other ailments.
By consuming these foods, the creators of the diets contend that you can not only lose weight, but improve your overall health.
Superfoods Rx Diet Design
The design of the diet is divided into four parts: Prep & Practice Week, SlimDown, FlexPlan, and LifePlan.
Prep & Practice Week
The first part is called the Prep & Practice week. During this time the diet plan has you going through such activities as shopping for foods, preparing your kitchen, and making the shift to eat foods mainly found on the Superfoods lists.
In addition, it also helps to prepare you for the main part of the diet by taking note of environmental traps that may throw you off course, and gives you the opportunity to practice eating the new foods on your diet.
The second part of the diet is called SlimDown. This is the part of the diet that you will follow to start rapidly losing weight. During this time the authors report that some dieters have reported losing two inches around their waist and over 8 pounds of weight. The length of time you spend in the SlimDown phase will be at least two weeks, longer if you need to lose more.
During this phase you choose your food based upon three categories called “premium”, “protein”, and “plentiful.” The authors describe premium category as generally foods that are rich in vitamins, fiber, fats, and phytochemicals.
The protein category, as the name implies, consists of your proteins sources.
The third category, “plentiful”, consists of vegetables and fruits. These foods are low in calories, so if needed, you can add something extra on your plate.
In this part of the diet you still experience weight loss, but at a slower rate. The authors state that this is the phase of the plan that you will forever follow in your life, which is where the diet becomes a bit confusing.
They say that you will follow this plan forever and continue to lose weight. Besides being unsustainable, no one wants to follow a plan that will cause him or her to lose weight the rest of their lives.
It would have made better sense to state that once you had reached your weigh loss goal, this portion of the diet would help you to gradually increase your food intake, which would help you to stay in that weight range. In fact this section talks about adding more food, but not in those terms.
The LifePlan phase of the diet has to do with getting you to maintain the positive eating and lifestyle habits that you have developed. This section mainly focuses on keeping you from falling back into your old bad habits. To do this, it goes over skills that you learned during your time spent on the SlimDown and Flex plan phases.
The plan also goes over techniques for dealing with stress to keep if from effecting your diet. In addition, it also goes over the importance of sleep and how it aids in weight loss. Plus, the authors also give you tips for eating in restaurants, eating at parties, and how to eat when you are traveling.
Exercise on Superfoods Rx
The diet also stresses the importance of exercising. In the SlimDown portion of the plan, it goes over the benefits of walking and how to set up a walking program.
During the explanation of the FlexPlan, the authors give more exercise options for the dieters to follow. In addition to walking, strength training, along with a synopsis of its benefits, is also discussed. Also, a brief mentioning of stretching is presented.
Superfoods Rx and Emotional Eating
The diet deals with the issue of emotional eating by having dieters keep a food diary. In the diary, the dieters not only track the foods they eat each day, but also their mood and hunger level. Keeping track of these things helps the dieter to better assess and discover what works for them, and identify areas that they need to improve upon.
Assessment of the Superfoods Rx Diet
Considering that the diet includes a wide variety of foods to select from, the basic foundation of the diet promotes healthy eating habits. Unlike many fad diets, the Superfoods Rx diet does not rely on a single food as a means to accomplish weight loss.
It also stresses the importance of exercise, which is always a plus in my book. Building muscle and strengthening your heart through aerobic exercises will help to ensure a more healthy and productive lifestyle.
The diet also does an adequate job in addressing emotional eating by recommending the dieters keep a food diary. This is important because research has shown that those who keep diaries or food journals are more likely to lose weight.
My only real criticism of the diet plan has to do not with the diet itself, but more so with how the authors presented the diet plan in their book. Instead of starting with the Prep & Practice Week of their diet plan first, they elected to explain the SlimDown portion first, then the Prep Practice Week, followed by the FlexPlan. The order in which they chose to present the material made following the diet plan somewhat confusing.
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