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Chilean Sea Bass

-1 Sea bass filet



1. Put a small amount of butter in pan

2. Fry sea bass face down for 30 seconds

3. Turn over skin side down

4. Cook w/ lid off for 2 minutes then cover and turn heat off


I do nothing else- the fish speaks for itself!


Nutrition Information

When cooked (dry heat), sea bass provides 0.762 grams of omega-3 fatty acids, derived from EPA (0.206g) and DHA (0.556g), per 100 grams of sea bass.


What are Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs), and why are they important?
Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids constitute the two families of EFAs.  EFAs are considered “essential” because they are needed throughout the human life cycle, cannot be manufactured in the human body, and therefore they must be obtained through our diet on a daily basis for optimal health and wellness.  The body must receive a constant and balanced supply of EFAs to ensure proper prostaglandin production.  Prostaglandins are beneficial hormone-like compounds that affect virtually every system in the body.  They regulate pain and swelling, help maintain proper blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and promote fluidity in nerve transmission.


What are early signs of EFA deficiency?
• Fatigue
• Poor memory
• Immune weakness
• Dry skin, eczema, or hair loss
• Heart problems
• Reproductive problems (men and women)
• Mood swings or depression
• Poor circulation