“A Fishy Tale”

A serious study of 2,700 retired Americans for  over 16 years, eventually came up with some good advice to reduce the risk of heart disease and coronary problems.

Just take:-

  • Docoshexaeonic Acid
  • Docospentaeonic Acid
  • Eicosapentaeonic Acid

or put more simply, eat more oily fish, like Salmon, Mackerel or Herring.

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The researchers at Harvard and Washington Universities found it could increase life expectancy by more than two years.

Now all I need is a recipe for oily fish and strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries and cranberries.

(See my earlier blogs on healthy eating advice by clicking on “FRUITFUL RESEARCH” in the TAG CLOUD).

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2 Responses to “A Fishy Tale”

  1. Oh Dear! Rambling again in the sea of cornwall, for pilchads, sardines ect, Or in Scotland at your stately home fishing on the Tay or the Tweed for Salmon? or Fochabaurs for the fruit! If we are luckier still we may be invited to your ‘Shack’ on a canadian columbia river and help the bears fish for salmon. I think this is your spot in town, the bears have ‘Hair’ and lordy lordy you have an orange rug to go with that manly chest of yours? How rich is this site in your investigations into University reseach programme and thesis’s.
    By the way I am absolutely amaze at your depth of knowledge both menusi and the bigger problem. Now I am retired I can follow your ‘minds eye’ until I fall asleep under my weeping willow tree at my favorite spot on the local river bank. Keep going MacTavish, be not alone I am following your blogs!

  2. davidwfreeman237 says:

    By the way ‘who are the ORANGE Party?’, can you capture this political colour? Not the NI Politics but one of suck lemons suceed.

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