From fish to nuts, the list of foods that contain heart-healthy omega-3s is long—and there's something on it for every taste.
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You are watching Everwell, No More, Live Better Handling to get more heart healthy Omega-3 fats into your diet? Expert says we should eat at least two fish meals a week. But not all fish are created equal the best choices are fatty cold water fish such as salmon, mackerel, herring, lake trout. Can fish like tuna, sardines and anchovies are also good options. If eating fish doesn’t float your burp walnuts grab flaccid and flaccid oil are top plant sources of a type of Omega-3 called ALA which the body converts in small amounts to the kind found in fish. Tofu, canola oil and broccoli supply lower levels of ALA. Scientist aren’t certain with the plant Omega-3 are beneficial as fish. Regardless you’ll definitely be hoping your heart if this foods replace artery clogging meat and process snacks. And there is nothing fishy about that.