Scientific American article A lot of people think they should eat a lot of fish, but not everyone is going to be a vegetarian.
A recent study shows that many people will not be able to afford the big fish they might want to eat, even if they eat the fish themselves.
The study is part of a larger effort to examine the health effects of eating fish in the context of vegetarian diets.
The results show that people who consume more than one kind of fish — cod, salmon, sardines, tuna — may have a slightly higher risk of having a heart attack or stroke, compared with those who consume fewer fish, the researchers report.
This could be due to different mechanisms for the fish consumption.
For example, some fish consumption is more likely to lead to a higher risk for high blood pressure.
The fish industry argues that the study was done before the introduction of the federal “catch limit” that limits how much fish can be consumed by certain types of fishing, but the authors argue that that’s not the case.
There are more than 30,000 types of fish in U.S. waters, and some of those fish are highly concentrated.
“It is not clear why the risk associated with consuming a few types of small fish, such as bluegill and tuna, is greater than the risk from consuming many types of large fish, including mackerel, swordfish, and tilapia,” the authors write.
“If a large-scale study of American diets is done, it will be difficult to tell whether there is a causal relationship between the consumption of different types of salmon and the risk of a heart or stroke.”
The researchers also noted that the average American eats about 2,000 to 2,500 pounds of seafood per year, while the average European eats about 3,000 pounds.
The health benefits of eating a lot more fish can include a lower risk of heart attacks, stroke, and other types of cancer.
In addition to fish, scientists are also interested in how to improve the health of animals in the production of meat, dairy, and eggs.
This can lead to meat being more expensive, which could lead to higher costs for consumers, according to the National Review.
But the scientists also point out that it is possible to find ways to eat a healthier diet that does not rely on animals.
This may include eating vegetables, which have fewer calories than meat and dairy products, and eating less red meat, which is a big contributor to obesity.
The National Review article is available here.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.