How many cans of sardines can I eat in a week?

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Potential Health Benefits of Canned Sardines The American Heart Association recommends two servings per week of fatty fish, not fried, with each serving being about 3.5 ounces.22 Oct 2020
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Tips for cooking canned salmon Canned salmon is already cooked - just drain the liquids, and it's ready to eat or add to your favourite dish. You can remove the skin if you like. Don't throw out the soft, calcium-rich bones! Mash them with a fork and you won't even notice them.27 Feb 2019
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3-4 daysUnopened canned salmon can be stored in the cupboard at room temperature for up to 3 years. Check the best before date on the can. Once opened, remove salmon from the can, store in an air tight container in the fridge and use within 3-4 days. You can freeze canned salmon for up to 3 months.27 Feb 2019
Sockeye or red salmon contains more omega-3s than pink salmon, according to data from the United States Department of Agriculture. Canned salmon that contains skin and bones has a slight nutritional advantage, offering more omega-3s and calcium than boneless and skinless salmon.24 Jan 2021
Canned salmon is already cooked - just drain the liquids, and it's ready to eat or add to your favourite dish. You can remove the skin if you like. Don't throw out the soft, calcium-rich bones! Mash them with a fork and you won't even notice them.27 Feb 2019
Wild Alaskan salmon is caught from the Alaskan salmon fishery, one of the safest, most regulated, and sustainable fisheries in the world.24 Jan 2021
Canned salmon, tuna, sardines, kippered herring, and other types of fish are pretty much on a par with fresh fish. They give you as much heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids as fresh fish, and sometimes more. These essential oils help prevent potentially deadly heart rhythms.11 Jul 2020
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