Does Eating Fish Reduce Heart Disease Risk for Young Women?

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Does eating fish have a protective effect on the hearts of young women? Yes a recent study of 50,000 young women who were followed for eight years found that women who who did not eat fish, had twice to three times the risk of Cardiovascular disease than those who ate fish every week.

So how often should women eat fish each week. The recommendation was two times a week. Two times a week and is there a best type of fish to each. The oily fish like sardines and Sardine, those will really help what are the ones to avoid. You want to avoid the ones that could be potentially high in Mercury, so Salt fish might be, Tuna might be, so if you're thuinking about getting pregnant like an [xx] yes OK.