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PostSubject: Omega-3 in fish on the heart?   Sat Mar 31, 2012 12:50 am

Explains Dr. Shirin Ismail Abdel Moez Hussain Edolgna Safety and Occupational Health, Department of Microbiology and Immunology - Division of Veterinary Research National Center for Research, saying if you're concerned about heart disease, it handled 1.2 The meals of fish a week, this could reduce the risk of death from heart attack by third or more.

Fish contain unsaturated fatty acids, which is responsible for lowering cholesterol. The omega 3 in fish reduce the inflammation in the body, Valalthabat damage the blood vessels and lead to heart disease.

Fatty fish (salmon, herring and tuna), contains the most omega-3 fatty acids, some fish such as tilapia and catfish, do not look healthy for the heart because they contain higher levels of fatty acids, unhealthy, doctors recommend adults eat two servings of omega-3 rich in fish in the week. Alouhbh and size (85 grams).

May be taking vitamins to help prevent heart disease or heart attack, where eating is vitamin C and E useful to reduce the risk of heart disease. As they prevent low-density lipoprotein (LDL) to narrow the arteries of the heart.

Some studies have also shown that vitamin D improves the health of blood vessels.

The lack of care for the health of the mouth and teeth may be the main cause of heart disease, affecting bacteria in the teeth and gums on the arteries (atherosclerosis), so you should follow the steps good oral hygiene such as brushing your teeth at least twice a day and replace the toothbrush at least once every three months and regular testing of the teeth.

For the Mediterranean diet, people who follow a Mediterranean diet have a long life and low rates of chronic diseases compared with other adults.

The system relies on food eat plant foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes and nuts. And the use of healthy fats such as olive oil, canola oil, and the use of herbs and spices instead of salt. As well as eating fish twice a week.
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