Admittedly, salmon may not have as bad a rap as being a high-fat food as some of the entries on this list, but its health benefits are most certainly worth revisiting and repeating.
All a person has to do is as this fish to their diet twice a week, and in return, they will get their full amount of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids recommended by the American Heart Association. What's great about Omega-3s is they help to reduce the risk of arrhythmia, decrease triglyceride levels, and can actually slightly lower blood pressure. However, it can be a little tricky when it comes time to purchase fresh fish. Make sure that you pick wild salmon if it is available and try and avoid farmed Atlantic salmon.