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"Fish Fry Friday" at Emerald Downs

by guest blogger, Roger Arnold

KING5.com

Posted on August 19, 2010 at 3:05 PM

Updated Thursday, Aug 19 at 3:10 PM

“SYSCO,CATISH CORNER, KUBE93fm, WEST COURIER, and EMERALD DOWNS are sponsoring ‘Fish Fry Friday’ at Emerald Downs on August 27, 2010 from 4pm - 9pm.
Tickets are $10 each which $5 goes to the ‘SEATTLE CARE ALLIANCE’ and gets you admission into Emerald Downs and a  Fish Fry Entrée.
This event benefits: Cancer patients who can’t afford treatment and helps provide their families a place to stay while they are in treatment.
Also, this event enhances the research for Cancer. Catfish is an excellent resource in providing 20% or more of the recommended daily nutrients value based upon the (USDA).
Fish eaters have been reported to have low risk in cancers of the breast, lungs, prostate, stomach, throat and pancreas.
Many doctors recommend fish as part an anti-cancer diet and to decrease the risk for Alzheimer’s disease.

Join us in this healthy and supportive event for Seattle Cancer Care Alliance on August 27, 2010.

For tickets available in advance here are the following locations:
Go West, Inc, www.mocatfish.com -206 328-6789
Catfish Corner 2726 E. Cherry Street, Seattle 98122(Cherry & MLK Way) 206-323-4330
Catfish Corner 25445 – 104th Avenue SE, Kent 98030(by Kent-Meridian HS) 253-859-4333
Emerald Downs 2300 Emerald Downs Drive, Auburn 98001 253-288-7711


References:
http://www.mothernature.com/Library/Ency/Index.cfm/id/1694004, http://www.wvdnr.gov/Fishing/HealthBenefit.shtm

Cancer
Fish eaters have been reported to have low risks of cancers of the mouth, throat, stomach, colon, rectum, pancreas, lung, breast, and prostate. The omega-3 fatty acids found in fish are thought by some researchers to be the components of fish responsible for protection against cancer. Many doctors recommend fish as part of an anticancer diet.
Alzheimer’s disease
In population studies, high dietary intake of fat and calories was associated with an increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease, whereas high intake of fish was associated with a decreased risk. Whether these associations represent a cause-and-effect relationship is unknown.
http://www.pureprescriptions.com/healthy_living/healthnotes.asp?ContentID=2012002

 

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