Eating fish for an omega-3 boost? Skip the tilapia.

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It’s recommended to eat two servings of fish a week—in part, because fish are a good source of omega-3 fatty acids.

But not all fish are good sources of omega-3—which can help lower your blood pressure, decrease your chances of stroke and reduce blood clotting.  

If you are looking for a boost of omega-3 fatty acids, skip the tilapia and catfish. Instead go for higher fat fish like tuna, herring, mackerel, and salmon—which are rich in omega-3.

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