Someone asked Dr Oz In His Magazine “The Good Life”
Q Is Canned Salmon Just As Good For You?
Dr Oz replied that he didn’t understand why canned salmon just doesn’t get respect. So get out your can opener today.
And of course it is way more budget friendly over fresh, but, it also out shines canned tuna because it contains 5 times more of those healthy omega 3’s.
And, if you get the ones with the bones, which have a very subtle little crunch, you get an extra dose of calcium, about 200mg in a 3oz serving-size can.
Apparently the best choice is the wild Alaskan one, which is labeled pink-salmon, or sockeye salmon.
And, bonus! This has one of the least levels of mercury over the rest of seafood. And, Chef Barton Seaver says you can substitute it in recipes that call for tuna!
To supplement your omega 3’s, which are good for you in so many ways, here is an affordable, pure, high dose, and high quality fish oil.