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What are benefits of eating fish?

Keri Gans
Nutrition & Dietetics
High in protein, low in fat and calories, and rich in heart-protecting omega-3 fatty acids, fish -- which includes shellfish -- is one of the foods I recommend most often to my clients. It’s also delicious. A perfectly broiled piece of salmon can be as tasty as the best beef filet.
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THE ONLY “DIET” PLAN YOU WILL EVER NEED! No deprivation, no struggles. Just ten small changes that will transform your life. Keri Gans, spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, shares...
Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
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Fish are full of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids, says RealAge's Dr. Mike Roizen. Watch this video to learn the many ways eating plenty of fish can improve your health. 

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