Harvard Heart Letter

Seafood suggestions for heart health

Experts recommend one or two servings of fish per week. But healthy vegetarian meals are a good alternative. Eating fatty fish such as salmon, tuna, or mackerel at least once a week may help prevent heart attacks and other serious cardiovascular problems. Thatís according to a recent scientific advisory from the American Heart Association, which reaffirms a long-held observation about the health benefits of seafood. …

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