إضافة الأسماك إلى قائمة الطعام

By Mayo Clinic Staff

توصي جمعية القلب الأمريكية بتناول السمك الغني باحماض أوميغا الثلاثية مرتين في الأسبوع على الأقل. تحتوي الأسماك الدهنية مثل السلمون والهرينغ والتونا إلى حد أقل على أغلب أحماض أوميغا الثلاثية. ويبدو أن تناول حصة واحدة إلى حصتين في الأسبوع يُقلل من مخاطر أمراض القلب، خاصة موت القلب المفاجىء.

28/06/2019 انظر المزيد من التفاصيل الشاملة

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