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  • You May Be Able to Lower Risk of Diabetic Vision-Loss By Eating Oily Fish

    Eating oily fish twice in a week -- equivalent to 500 mg per day of dietary omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids -- can decrease the risk of sight-threatening diabetic retinopathy in middle-aged and older individuals with ...

  • Eating Fish May Ward Off Allergies In Kids

    Women who consume oily fish while pregnant or during breast-feeding may decrease the risk of their children developing food allergies, asthma, eczemas or hay fever, researchers have found.

  • Fish Better Than Fish Oil Pills: Study

    A new study shows that eating fish has greater health benefits than fish oil dietary supplements.Omega-3 fatty acids found in oily fish may have diverse health-promoting effects, potentially protecting the immune, nervous, and cardiovascular systems.But...

  • 5 Health Benefits of Eating Fish, Beyond the Delicious Flavour

    The sheer joy of eating fish is known only to the lovers of seafood. For those who cant seem to go beyond the foul smell associated with it, miss out on a great expanse of ...

  • Heart-Healthy Sardines Pack a Bold Flavour Punch

    Among the fish we consumed, sardines still top my list of favorite heart-healthy foods. Available in fresh and canned forms, these oily fish are chock-full of flavor and omega-3 fatty acids.

  • What to Eat to Improve Brain Health

     It is a known fact that fish is a healthy source omega-3 fatty acids. Previous studies have linked oily fish like salmon, trout and mackerel to healthy heart and mental functions. A new study published ...

  • Oily Fish is Best Brain Nutrition

    In an age of technological advancements, the reading habit has taken a backseat among many children of school-going age leading often to poor academic performance. This can lead to a host of problems in adulthood ...

  • How to Avoid Vitamin D Deficiency

    Low levels of vitamin D have been linked to cancer, heart disease, diabetes, dementia and arthritis, as well as childhood illnesses. So is sunshine and oily fish enough or should you take supplements?

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