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Calamari Nutrition

The human body needs omega-3 fatty acids but is unable to make them, so this important ingredient should be included in our diet. With its blend of natural fish and calamari oil, Forever Arctic Sea is rich in omega-3 fatty acids.

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Ginger-Coconut Calamari — Seared steaks of calamari are drizzled with a creamy ginger-coconut sauce. Calamari cooks quickly and is fairly affordable, so try this healthy protein at home especially with this rich & tasty sauce. Sweet white rice flour also known as mochiko makes a lovely crust on the calamari steaks, but your favorite all-purpose flour should work well. Try this with the Lemon-Ginger Cauliflower

from Mail Online

Squid takes on cod liver in big omega-3 showdown

Capsules: Calamari Gold is made from squid caught for sale in shops and restaurants

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from Harper's BAZAAR

Katie Cooks: Squid and Watercress Salad

Katie Ball Cooks: Squid and Watercress Salad | Harper's Bazaar

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This new unique blend, exclusive to Forever, provides the perfect balance of Omega-3 fatty acids to better support the healthy function of the cardiovascular system, brain and eyes

Missing your calamari? Well, look no further, Paleo calamari is here! This is a simple recipe that delivers big results. Coconut flour adds a light texture that highlights the delicious squid flavor. Serve with your favorite Paleo tomato sauce or marinara. This is a great dinner party appetizer that will impress your guests. Enjoy! Just …

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Dr Oz recommends taking an Omega-3 supplement to reduce stress. http://www.drozfans.com/dr-ozs-advice/dr-oz-omega-3-supplement-dosing-vitamin-d-recommendation/

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from BuzzFeed

50 Best Food Blog Photos Of 2012

50 Best Food Blog Photos Of2012

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Worst Appetizer : Onion Blossom It may be your waistline that blossoms if you're a fan of fried onions. "It's good to start off with a vegetable," says Joan Salge Blake, RD, a spokeswoman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "But once you fry it, you're frying in calories." The onion blossom at one popular restaurant has 1,949 calories, 161 g of fat, and 4,100 mg of sodium -- more than double the daily sodium limit for healthy adults.