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Most fish is good for the heart; some types are better than others.
Heart-healthy omega-3 fats are one reason why many people eat fish. Some types of seafood have more of this polyunsaturated fat than others. Salmon, for example, delivers 10 times the omega-3s per serving as catfish or scallops.
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