5 Tips to Get Omega-3 Fatty Acids Into Your DietRemember that omega-3 fatty acids are the "good fatty acids" that help your cells remain healthy, pliable, and strong. By contrast, omega-6 fatty acids are the "bad fatty acids" that contribute to cells becoming less pliable, and that contribute to red blood cells getting stuck and clogging arteries.
Eat small, cold water fish
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Eat small, cold water fish, such as wild salmon and light canned tuna, 2-4 times per week. If you are pregnant, nursing, or thinking of becoming pregnant, limit your weekly fish and shellfish consumption to 12 ounces or less of canned light tuna, shrimp, and salmon.