IN THE REAL WORLD...you rarely head to the seafood counter—fish is expensive and makes the kitchen smell!
A HAPPY MEDIUM: Take an omega-3 supplement daily. "This healthy polyunsaturated fat reduces the inflammation that can lead to heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer," says Bonci. According to a recent review from Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans, people who consumed 500 milligrams of omega-3s daily—from seafood or a fish oil pill—were less likely to die from heart disease than those who didn't.
If you're a vegetarian, look for an algae-based supplement, such as Deva Vegan Vitamins Omega-3 DHA ($32; amazon.com). Or whip up an omelet using fortified eggs: A recent study in the journal Food Research International found that people who ate them daily experienced a 32 percent drop in their triglyceride (one type of blood fat) levels after three weeks. See the original article on Shape.com.
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