Healthy Seafood Recipie

Written by Robert Lugton

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Some handy tips for your mussel….

How do you pick good mussels (besidesrepparttar ones atrepparttar 141167 gym)?

•Your mussels should Pick up your mussel and smell it, it should smell fresh likerepparttar 141168 ocean not like sweaty armpits. •The mussel should feel heavy, like it should after a good work out  •Ask your fishmonger when he got his mussels (don’t be shy now)

Why would you want good mussels?

•They are low in saturated fat and high in omega 3 •Omega 3repparttar 141169 good fat (sounds funny doesn’t it?). Omega 3 has been linked to reducing inflammation, increasing immune system function, improving blood lipid profile •Low in sodium •You can be strong with good mussels, because they are packed with muscle building protein. •Good for your love mussel (that’s what we hear)

Ps: Robert Lugton is responsible for allrepparttar 141170 bad jokes in this recipe and would like to apologise for any damage or discomfort caused by these jokes,

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Okay okay one really bad last joke What happened torepparttar 141171 prawn when he went to disco? He pulled a mussel and had to go home.

written by Robert Lugton

7 years experience now as a chef. I have an avid interest in fitness and nutrition. I am completing a Bachelor of Applied Science in Food Science and Nutrition at the University of Queensland Brisbane

Coffee & Alzheimers disease?

Written by Randy Wilson

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The researchers found thatrepparttar caffeine in coffee was associated with a significantly lower risk of developing Alzheimer+IBk-s disease, even when other issues were taken into account.

The Klinik und Poliklinik fur Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie atrepparttar 141116 Universitatsklinikum Benjamin Franklin atrepparttar 141117 Freie Universitat in Berlin, Berlin (Germany), looked atrepparttar 141118 relationship between consumption of coffee andrepparttar 141119 delay inrepparttar 141120 onset of Alzheimers disease or reduction inrepparttar 141121 rate of progression ofrepparttar 141122 disease. While they were unable to definitively state thatrepparttar 141123 caffeine in coffee was beneficial to patients with Alzheimers disease, they did seerepparttar 141124 possibility ofrepparttar 141125 link between coffee and overall neurological health.

You can find more articles on coffee such as Coffee and Depression and Coffee Colonics.

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