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A Salmon Choice that is Delicious & Heart Healthy

by Dr. Jen Caudle

Have you been on the hunt for a protein source that is heart-healthy? I have found the perfect new addition to your diet.

I am thrilled to have teamed up with Bluehouse Salmon, an ocean-safe, heart-healthy protein. to announce that they have received an official Heart-Check Certificate from the American Heart Association!

For a product to receive a Heart Check Certificate, it must meet specific (and rigorous) nutritional requirements as laid out by the AHA. Bluehouse Salmon is full of the nutritional benefits we look for in a protein source. It’s clean and lean, low in saturated fat, and when compared to wild salmon, it’s higher in Omega 3s and 10 times lower in mercury. Those numbers speak for themselves.

The American Heart Association recommends that adults consume 2 servings of Omega 3 Fatty Acid-type fish every single week. And did you know, that it’s also highly recommended for women who are pregnant and breastfeeding?

If the heart health benefits weren’t enough, Bluehouse Salmon is also sustainably raised. It contains no antibiotics or hormones and the fish are raised in a land-based Bluehouse. Think of a greenhouse, but for fish! There’s minimal risk of escapes or contamination so choosing Bluehouse means we’re also protecting our beautiful oceans.

I am so excited to say that Bluehouse Salmon is “Dr. Jen” approved. This is a protein you can feel good about feeding yourself and your family.

You can purchase Bluehouse Salmon at retailers nationwide. Find a retailer near you:

Do you need any ideas on how to prepare salmon at home? Get your free copy of the official Bluehouse Salmon Cookbook here:

Let us know what recipes you make with Bluehouse Salmon!

Dr. Jen

Dr. Jen Caudle is a Family Doctor & Associate Professor at Rowan University, an On-air health expert, and a video creator. Please sign up for her free newsletter and follow her on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube for daily health videos.

*This post is sponsored by Bluehouse Salmon*

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