The study also found that men who ate more than one serving of fatty fish a week did not gain added heart protection. That group of men had the same level of risk as men who never ate fatty fish.
Researchers say this finding could be due to chance. Lead researcher Emily Levitan, ScD, says the men who consumed more fish may be in poor health, and may be trying to improve their health by changing their diets and eating more fatty acids.
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