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How many serv­ings of seafood do you eat each week? An 18-year study dis­cov­ered that women who ate at least two serv­ings of tuna, light-meat or dark-meat fish, and/or shell­fish ex­pe­ri­enced a 20 per­cent lower risk of self-re­ported hear­ing loss, com­pared with those who ate fish less than once a month. The cru­cial omega-3 fats EPA and DHA were linked to less hear­ing loss, pos­si­bly by help­ing preserve blood flow to the in­ner ear. Source: Amer­i­can Jour­nal of Clin­i­cal Nu­tri­tion say they read food la­bels al­ways or most of the time prior to pur­chas­ing a food prod­uct. Source: Chr. Hansen “Thought for Food” sur­vey

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