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Fish is generally considered to be among the best foods you can eat for a healthy heart.
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You don’t need a boat (or a trip to the grocery store) to enjoy fresh flounder fillets during summer. From New York to Florida to Texas, the hot months are the best for finding big flounder—or fluke if you’re from the Northeast—just a short cast from the beach. These fish are ambush predators, and the troughs that form in the shallow wash provide perfect hiding spots that let flounder strike forage disoriented by the roiling surf.
This popular fish is cheap and tasty … but is it good for you? (iStock)
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For freshwater fishing, visit TPWD pages on the and the smaller , which are often located near residential areas. If those pages don't answer all your questions about a particular freshwater location, contact an . It’s cheap, easy to find, and it’s fish – so it’s good for you, right?
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Fatty fish are also much higher in omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids are crucial for your body and brain to function optimally, and are strongly linked to reduced risk of many diseases ().To determine the best fish, we compiled a list of popular seafood consumed in the U.S., and we left off endangered species like Atlantic bluefin tuna. Because essential omega-3s and lean protein are two of the most uniquely valuable nutrients provided by fish, we chose to rank the seafood based on these nutritional benefits over standard methods of calories or fat. We also used nutritional perks like selenium, vitamin B12, and vitamin D to break any ties. Using the USDA Nutrient Database, we calculated the omega-3 (DHA and EPA) and protein content of each raw fish for a standard size of 3 ounces. The rankings also factored in potentially toxic levels of mercury from the Environmental Defense Fund’s Seafood Hg (mercury) Database in ppb as well as the fish’s source—whether wild or farmed using questionable techniques. Read on to find out which fish are keepers and which you should throw back. And then be sure to see the !When you buy fish, it can be tricky to balance your healthy eating ambitions with your concerns about your heart health and mercury levels—not to mention sustainable fishing practices or ocean health. Omega-3s are essential nutrients that help ward off heart disease, diabetes, and metabolism-slowing inflammation, and they’re primarily found in fish. Unfortunately, another element primarily found in fish is mercury. RODALE NEWS, EMMAUS, PA—Fish sticks aren’t the only aquatic food choice that’s questionable for your health. It’s true that some varieties of fish contain an especially beneficial type of fat, called omega-3 fatty acids, which help to lower blood pressure, heart rate, and other risk factors associated with heart disease. But fish may also contain mercury and other contaminants, such as dioxins and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). When you buy fish, it can be tricky to balance your healthy eating ambitions with your concerns about your heart health and mercury levels—not to mention sustainable fishing practices or ocean health. Omega-3s are essential nutrients that help ward off heart disease, diabetes, and metabolism-slowing inflammation, and they’re primarily found in fish. Unfortunately, another element primarily found in fish is mercury. WHAT IT MEANS: What’s a health-conscious fish eater to do? The Monterey Bay State Aquarium’s can help you sift through dozens and dozens of options, and even offers a pocket guide you can print out. But for times when you’re caught without that data, here’s a simple list of the healthiest fish to keep in your head: