Fish and the ‘Stroke’ of Good Luck

by Savitha C Muppala on  September 26, 2011 at 10:37 PM Diet & Nutrition News
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Detailed analysis of 15 studies has led researchers to conclude that eating fish regularly can cut the risk of a stroke. Researchers said that the particular ingredient omega-3, found in fish, lowers the risk of stroke. 
 Fish and the ‘Stroke’ of Good Luck
Fish and the ‘Stroke’ of Good Luck

Consumption of two to three servings of fish per week, is sufficient to lower the risk of stroke. 

Selenium, Vitamin D, and other types of proteins found in fish could be providing this health benefit.

 

Fatty fish such as salmon and herring are rich in omega -3 fatty acids and is thus loaded with many benefits to health.



Source: Medindia

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