Fatty Fish That Are High in Omega-3s

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SOURCES:

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: “Brain Health and Fish.”

American Heart Association: “Fish and Omega-3 Fatty Acids.”

Environmental Defense Fund Seafood Selector: “Shark.”


Journal of the American Medical Association: “Clinician’s Corner: Fish Intake, Contaminants, and Human Health. Evaluating the Risks and the Benefits.”

National Institutes of Health:  “Omega-3 Fatty Acids.”

Oceana.org: “Swordfish,” “You should eat more little, oily fish,” “Anchovy Poop Fights Global Warming,” “Spanish anchovies offer a taste of the past, and a glimpse of food’s future,” “Fish Oil Offers Few Health Benefits but Plenty of Harm, Scientists Say.”

Seafood Health Facts: “Alaska Pollock.”

Thisfish.info: “Atlantic Mackerel.”

Trout Unlimited: “Trout Life Cycle.”


Nutrients: “Lean Fish Consumption Is Associated with Beneficial Changes in the Metabolic Syndrome Components: A 13-Year Follow-Up Study from the Norwegian Tromsø Study.”

National Health Service (UK): “Fish and shellfish.”

National Resources Defense Council: “Mercury Guide.”


JAMA Cardiology: “Associations of Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplement Use With Cardiovascular Disease Risks. Meta-analysis of 10 Trials Involving 77 917 Individuals.”

World Health Organization: “Mercury and health.”

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