Eating a diet rich in oily fish, nuts and seeds cut the chances of dying from a heart attack by up to 10 per cent, researchers have found.
Fish such as salmon and mackerel contain high levels of omega-3 acids while walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts and vegetable oils are full of the plant-based equivalent.
Researchers from around the world joined together to form the Fatty acids and Outcomes Research Consortium (FORCE).
They pooled findings from a number of large studies measuring blood or tissue levels of omega-3 in relation to heart disease over time. Read more
Friday, July 1, 2016
The Secret to Surviving a Heart Attack
A study based on 45,000 patients globally found that Eating plenty of oily fish, nuts, and seeds lowers the chances of dying from a heart attack.