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Frying Fish Study

It’s common knowledge that eating fish is good for your heart.  Studies now show that the way you prepare the fish you eat may actually be more important than the fish itself.  A new study, conducted by researchers at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, found that those who live in America’s “stroke belt” — where the mortality rate from stroke is more than 10 percent higher than the rest of the country — may face this increased risk at least partially because of their greater intake of fried fish.  What kinds of oils can you use to cook with?  Learn more with this natural health podcast on frying fish and heart health!

It’s common knowledge that eating fish is good for your heart.  Studies now show that the way you prepare the fish you eat may actually be more important than the fish itself.  A new study, conducted by researchers at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, found that those who live in America’s “stroke belt” — where the mortality rate from stroke is more than 10 percent higher than the rest of the country — may face this increased risk at least partially because of their greater intake of fried fish.  What kinds of oils can you use to cook with?  Learn more with this natural health podcast on frying fish and heart health!

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