If you can get grass-fed, humanely raised beef, that can have as much if not more omega-3s than some seafood.
I personally take these supplements 2x a day and don't follow the diet. I start my day w/ a different type of smoothie which includes coconut oil; fish in the diet definitely will enhance this program, but you can customize if you're ok w/ slower results. I love these so much that I'm taking them continuously!
answered 3 years ago
(San Francisco, CA)
Perricone really pushes salmon as the protein of choice not only for the protein, but the healthy fats and Omegas. If your husband won't do seafood, I'd go the chicken route before beef.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
Tough Question, especially since I'm from and live in New Orleans and we are seafood capital. Pork, skinny girl meatballs, turkey cassarol, or egg white quiches. I would google healthy meat recipes, also hungrygirl.com has TON of delicious recipes, as does chef paul prodome- from NOLA- he uses a lot of butter but I do believe he has put a heathy cookbook out since....
answered 5 years ago
(New Orleans, LA)