Online, 30th January, 2009
Adding fish to your diet can help get you in the swim of things when it comes to better cardiovascular health, but experts at the Mayo Clinic also warn there are some contaminants — most notably mercury — to watch out for in fish, as well.
Fish is lower in saturated fat, total fat and calories than comparable portions of meat or poultry, the experts note in the February issue of the Mayo Clinic Women’s HealthSource. Some species of fish — such as fatty, coldwater fish including salmon, mackerel and herring — are high in omega-3 fatty acids. Read More »Fish has health benefits and a few risks