These light patties come packed with omega-3 fatty acids. And eating them regularly can help reduce inflammation in the body!
Whether sugar or fat should be included in a heart-healthy diet depends on which fats and sugars you choose. Here’s what you need to know about both.
Supplements are not the answer if you want to increase your consumption of omega-3 fatty acids. Choose from these delicious foods instead.
You’ll have this fresh, flavorful dish on the table in under 15 minutes. Quickly grilled tuna steak is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and protein. Boost the health benefits and flavor by topping it with tangy salsa.
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