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Higher Intake of Fish and Vitamin D Reduces the Risk of Age-related Macular Disease
...f fish per week or more than one medium serving of broiled
or baked fish was associated with the lowest risk for advanced AMD. Omega-3 fatty acids may influence processes involved in the development of blood vessel and nerve-related diseases of the retina, the authors write. For instance, DHA may protect t...
Food Preparation may Play a Bigger Role in Chronic Disease
...body through the consumption of grilled, fried, or broiled
animal products, such as meats and cheeses. AGEs, which are also produced when food products are sterilized and pasteurized, have been linked to inflammation, insulin resistance, diabetes, vascular and kidney disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. A ne...
Fish beneficial for heart rhythm disorders
...at it may be the n-3 fatty acids in tuna and other broiled
or baked fish that are having a positive impact on the heart's electrical parameters."...
Consumption Of Baked Or Broiled Fish Found To Reduce Stroke Risk
A new study indicates that eating baked or broiled
fish, such as tuna, may lower stroke risk in the e...kes, including 529 ischemic strokes. Those who ate broiled
or baked fish one- to four-times per week had a 27-percent lower risk of ischemic stroke compared to...
Fish is Good for Your Heart
...er patients can avoid the risk of stroke by eating broiled
or baked fish. In the study, researchers found tho... lowered by 31%. However the fish cooked had to be broiled
or baked rather than fried. This study covered over 4800 people who were over 65 years or older an...