- Healthcare costs are out of control and will remain so unless some disruption occurs in the marketplace. Current efforts to control costs talk about reducing the increase to 3-4% per year, from the much larger increases seen today.
- Regardless of who writes the initial check, all consumers will foot the bill. Healthcare costs have risen disproportionately to incomes for years and it will continue to eat away at 100% or more of your annual salary increase each and every year.
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As national nutrition month draws to a close the studies keep piling up.
First, the Pennsylvania School of Nursing finds that a steady diet of seafood advances your 9-11 year old’s IQ by a good 5 points over kids who eat the usual proteins.
Now, the Global Council on Brain Health study in January concludes that Omega 3 fatty acids direct from seafood, NOT from supplements, protect neurodegenerative disorders. These experts say “Eat the fish.” This study joins dozens of others including a late 2017 study of 6,000 subjects by the Journal of the American Geriatric Society showing that piling on the seafood at the expense of red meat proteins generates a 35% lower risk of cognitive impairment.Read More
Mar 6, 2018 1:31:54 PM |
Children who eat seafood regularly have a 5 point higher IQ than their counterparts whose diets are seafood sparse.
Jiang-hong Liu, the lead author of the new study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, writes that 9-11-year-old boys and girls who regularly eat plenty of seafood scored 4.8 points higher on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale IQ test.Read More
Dec 29, 2017 1:31:24 PM |
The benefits of providing free meal services to employees have been well documented. Those benefits are very well known among tech companies.
Better companies using this perk also understand the importance of serving quality proteins, produce and baked goods. What may not be as obvious are the benefits of serving great seafood.Read More
Mar 17, 2017 3:15:20 PM |
Hundreds of thousands of square feet of fresh fish, crustaceans and shellfish, damp, below 40 degrees Fahrenheit and 5am...describes the perfect setting for cooking up some fresh fish!
At FultonFishMarket.com we know that seafood is the healthiest source of protein available to you and your family. Just two seafood meals each week will make a substantial difference in your well being for many, many years to come.Read More
Feb 10, 2017 3:29:04 PM |
Red Snapper is considered the poster child of fraud foods. According to Eater Magazine: Rockefeller University's Dr. Mark Stoeckle is involved in DNA species testing for the Barcode of Life project. Dr. Stoeckle said, "Just don’t ever order red snapper. The poster child for fraud, the real thing is served up less than six percent of the time.” Essentially, if you have ordered Red Snapper 20 times there is a pretty fair chance you have actually had the fish once . . . or maybe not at all.Read More
Jan 18, 2017 5:16:56 PM | Do yourself a huge favor. Add fresh seafood to your plate! Eat seafood twice a week!
Why a favor?
The biggest single impact you can have on your health is to switch out a burger meal for a fresh seafood meal. If you make no other health commitment for the year, make this one. For energy - more punch per ounce than any other proteins. This switch reduces the risk of eventual cardiovascular disease by 36% and dementia related diseases, the fastest growing cause of death, by over 50%!Read More
Sep 28, 2016 2:54:01 PM | Studies show eating more fish reduces the risk of developing dementia related conditions by as much as 53%.
Succulent salmon broiled with dill and lemon. Savory monkfish stew. Moist and flaky halibut en papillote. Yes, I eat lots of fish. Who knew I was actually feeding my brain as well as my appetite!
I certainly knew that following a seafood-rich Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of heart disease and some cancers. What I most recently discovered is that a study has shown this same diet, replacing meat with fish, actually slows down the signs of aging in your brain. Now, that’s news this fish lover was compelled to write about.Read More