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Eat more seafood this week with a poke bowl and easy sheet-pan fish

Including fish in your weekly meal plan helps lower your risk of heart disease.
Yasmin Fahr

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Spring has sprung so we’re lightening up and doubling down on seafood options since the American Heart Association recommends eating at least two servings of non-fried fish per week to lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. While red meat should be eaten less often than other types of meat, you don’t have to eliminate it if you like it. When eating red meat, choose a lean cut and trim it of any visible fat. And instead of making meat the featured ingredient, include it with plant-based foods. The steak salad on this week’s dinner menu is an excellent example of this strategy.

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