Heart Health | Natural Health Podcast

Date: 02/04/2011

Frying Fish Study

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It's common knowledge that eating fish is good for your heart.  Studies now show that the way you prepare the fish you eat may actually be more important than the fish itself.  A new study, conducted by researchers at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, found that those who live in America's "stroke belt" -- where the mortality rate from stroke is more than 10 percent higher than the rest of the country -- may face this increased risk at least partially because of their greater intake of fried fish.  What kinds of oils can you use to cook with?  Learn more with this natural health podcast on frying fish and heart health!

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    Submitted by Guest on
    February 23, 2011 - 8:28pm

    Do you know where the fish came from? Farm raised fish are full of toxins from the water where industries dump their waste water. These include mercury. The healthy fish are harvested in the"wild", meaning more than 30 miles off shore. The very large fish have more mercury than the small ones; thus it is very important that salmon are "wild". Another factor possible for the numerous strokes are that these persons may be overweight and on a high carbohydrate diet.

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    Submitted by Beverly tull on
    March 3, 2011 - 12:00pm

    What about Grapeseed oil..... Good, bad ect

  •  
    Submitted by Richard on
    March 7, 2011 - 8:27pm

    If there is one thing that is more important than all others regarding your health it is to maintain a healthy level of stomach acid!! This will allow you to absorb nutrients your body and immune system needs to keep you healthy. Read Dr. Wright's books and articles.

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    Submitted by Carolyn Guilford on
    June 1, 2011 - 8:00am

    This is such an important message. So many people don't have a clue as to where the food they eat comes from or how it is a prepared.

    It's not poor health that 'run in families', it's poor health habits, that run in families.

    It is imperative for our health, to know better and to do better.
    Only by taking control of our lives, making choices that serve us, is this possible.

    Change can save your life. Remember, Health is a Choice!

  •  
    Submitted by Sina Calway on
    July 29, 2011 - 5:39am

    Hello! I am following your blog for some days now. I have to say that it is very informative. I found your website perfect for my needs. I will definitely use it in my work. It is added in my favorite list and i will make sure that i will follow it frequently. Thanks for the inputs. Moreover , i really like your template and how you have organized the contents of your site.

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    Submitted by Mike on
    July 30, 2011 - 10:55pm

    love to bluegill fish and being from the south all I've known is fried fish!!! Was wondering if using extra virgin olive oil to fry with would make this more healthy?? And as far as corn meal is there any healthy options??

  •  
    Submitted by anthonymarcia on
    September 27, 2011 - 11:09pm

    Thanks for sharing this blog.I liked this article and it is very informative.I found your website perfect for what i was looking for. I will definitely use it in my work.

  •  
    Submitted by drew bitsko on
    October 4, 2011 - 6:28am

    I live near river. So, I always use fish menu in my meal.I think fish gives us very good amount of proteins. Hence, they always play nutritive role in our diet

  •  
    Submitted by carlos ferrero on
    September 30, 2011 - 3:08am

    Fish is an rich source of Protein and should be included in our Diet regularly. It should not be overcooked as all the vital nutrients might get lost.

  •  
    Submitted by Guest on
    January 4, 2012 - 1:06pm

    How were these fish fried? Were they pan fried, or deep fried? What was the fat used to fry in? How old was that oil, and how many times was it reused? What was the remaining diet and lifestyle of these women? To erroneously finger a type of food and preparation (no matter how obviously eating deep fried foods all the darn time are) leads me to yell at the top of my lungs, "correlation is NOT causation!!"

  •  
    Submitted by Guest on
    February 23, 2011 - 8:28pm

    Do you know where the fish came from? Farm raised fish are full of toxins from the water where industries dump their waste water. These include mercury. The healthy fish are harvested in the"wild", meaning more than 30 miles off shore. The very large fish have more mercury than the small ones; thus it is very important that salmon are "wild". Another factor possible for the numerous strokes are that these persons may be overweight and on a high carbohydrate diet.

  •  
    Submitted by Beverly tull on
    March 3, 2011 - 12:00pm

    What about Grapeseed oil..... Good, bad ect

  •  
    Submitted by Richard on
    March 7, 2011 - 8:27pm

    If there is one thing that is more important than all others regarding your health it is to maintain a healthy level of stomach acid!! This will allow you to absorb nutrients your body and immune system needs to keep you healthy. Read Dr. Wright's books and articles.

  •  
    Submitted by Carolyn Guilford on
    June 1, 2011 - 8:00am

    This is such an important message. So many people don't have a clue as to where the food they eat comes from or how it is a prepared.

    It's not poor health that 'run in families', it's poor health habits, that run in families.

    It is imperative for our health, to know better and to do better.
    Only by taking control of our lives, making choices that serve us, is this possible.

    Change can save your life. Remember, Health is a Choice!

  •  
    Submitted by Sina Calway on
    July 29, 2011 - 5:39am

    Hello! I am following your blog for some days now. I have to say that it is very informative. I found your website perfect for my needs. I will definitely use it in my work. It is added in my favorite list and i will make sure that i will follow it frequently. Thanks for the inputs. Moreover , i really like your template and how you have organized the contents of your site.

  •  
    Submitted by Mike on
    July 30, 2011 - 10:55pm

    love to bluegill fish and being from the south all I've known is fried fish!!! Was wondering if using extra virgin olive oil to fry with would make this more healthy?? And as far as corn meal is there any healthy options??

  •  
    Submitted by anthonymarcia on
    September 27, 2011 - 11:09pm

    Thanks for sharing this blog.I liked this article and it is very informative.I found your website perfect for what i was looking for. I will definitely use it in my work.

  •  
    Submitted by drew bitsko on
    October 4, 2011 - 6:28am

    I live near river. So, I always use fish menu in my meal.I think fish gives us very good amount of proteins. Hence, they always play nutritive role in our diet

  •  
    Submitted by carlos ferrero on
    September 30, 2011 - 3:08am

    Fish is an rich source of Protein and should be included in our Diet regularly. It should not be overcooked as all the vital nutrients might get lost.

  •  
    Submitted by Guest on
    January 4, 2012 - 1:06pm

    How were these fish fried? Were they pan fried, or deep fried? What was the fat used to fry in? How old was that oil, and how many times was it reused? What was the remaining diet and lifestyle of these women? To erroneously finger a type of food and preparation (no matter how obviously eating deep fried foods all the darn time are) leads me to yell at the top of my lungs, "correlation is NOT causation!!"

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