Diet & Nutrition Health

Tip #66: Cut Your Risk Of Heart Disease By Eating More Fish

Written by Steve

Did you know that you can cut your risk of heart disease just by eating more fish? To accomplish this, make sure you eat a serving of fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids at least twice a week. Good choices for fish full of omega-3 fatty acids would be tuna, mackerel, salmon, sardines, and bluefish.

When you cook your fish, remember to prepare it in a healthy way. Steer clear of fried fish with a heavy batter, or fish that is smothered in cream sauce. Instead, prepare your fish by baking, broiling or steaming it. You can add some flavor to the fish by adding lemon juice, a bit of olive oil, and some fresh herbs and seasonings.

Eating fish long-term has been a great health benefit. Your heart will thank you for it.

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