Can Boosting Omega-3 Intake Really Cut Heart Attack Risk by 65%?

How much fish does it take to save  you from a heart attack? Even a little helps. But eating lots cuts the risk much more than previously suspected, says a new 11-year Japanese study of more than 40,000 middle-aged healthy men and women.

Those who ate the most fish providing the most omega-3 fatty acids –about 6 ounces a day—cut heart attacks and other nonfatal heart events a remarkable two-thirds compared with those who ate less than an...

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