Reducing The Risk Of Heart Attacks

Eat Fish For Dinner Once A Week

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Fish are also high in vitamin B12, which can be a difficult nutrient to find from natural food sources. Fish is also a great meat to eat to help reduce the risk of heart attacks.

A 2002 study found that women who eat fish once a week had a one-third less chance of suffering from a heart attack or heart disease than women who only ate it once a month. Another study found that regular fish consumption lowers the risk of rapid, irregular heartbeat, which can be a cause of sudden death. Look for wild-caught seafood high in omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon and tuna for the best heart protection.

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