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I frequently convince myself, while stubbornly exploring the limitations of my wasabi tolerance, that sushi is indeed a healthy meal. At the very least, compared to other meats , fish contains more heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and less artery-clogging saturated fat . Right? But still, some types of sushi are significantly healthier than others, which is why I asked Dana Hunnes, senior dietitian at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center , to help me rank several popular sushi-grade fish — from superfood to super-full-of-plastic. But before establishing this ranking, let’s quickly talk about the five most common styles of sushi (in the U.S., at least):. - Nigiri : A topping (usually fish) served on a bed of rice Full story

11 January