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‘Lot of grey’: Global study muddies water on heart benefits of eating fish – Sydney Morning Herald

A major new study has raised questions about whether eating fish helps ward off heart disease.

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Both of those pieces of evidence are not hooking up at the moment, said Professor Clara Chow, president of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand.
The evidence from clinical trials has been confusing.
How much fish should you eat?
The Heart Foundation recommends eating two to three serves of fish a week, with evidence suggesting diets high in fish cut the risks of heart disease, stroke, eye degeneration and dementia. That should provide between 250 and 500 milligrams of omega-3 fish oil…

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