Food Comparison

June 2012 Issue

Frozen Fish: Worth Getting Hooked On

It seems that every major health organization recommends that we eat more fish. It’s a fantastic source of lean protein, packed with vitamins and minerals, and extremely low in fat. The fish that are a bit higher in fat, such as salmon and mackerel contain huge amounts of health-boosting omega-3 fatty acids, however. For that reason, the American Heart Association suggests that you put fish on your menu at least twice a week.

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