Harvard Heart Letter

Omega-3 fatty acids: Does your diet deliver?

Most Americans don't get enough of the omega-3 fatty acids known as EPA and DHA in their diets. Eating two servings of fatty fish (including wild or farmed salmon) per week delivers recommended amounts.
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