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According to cardiologists, this is the healthiest fish for the heart.

Most likely, you are already aware of the significance of maintaining a healthy heart: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease and other cardiovascular disorders are responsible for the deaths of 647,000 people in the United States each year.

Exercise, stress management, avoiding smoking and drinking alcohol, and enjoying a healthy, balanced diet that is low in cholesterol, trans fats, saturated fats, sugar, and sodium are all things that can help prevent or at least manage many of these conditions. Despite the fact that this number is pretty horrifying on its own, it is a relief to know that many of these conditions can be prevented or at least managed through a healthy lifestyle. A heart-healthy diet typically comprises the following: fish, leafy vegetables, legumes, almonds, olive oil, and berries. But which fish is best?

It is recommended by Dr. Mary Greene, MD, a cardiologist at Manhattan Cardiology, that you select wild-caught salmon rather than farm-raised salmon. Read the article.