SEATTLE -- Central Market -- offering free cholesterol screening and free bone density testing in its seafood department -- is looking to help consumers make the connection between eating fish and staying healthy. Omega-3 fatty acids, found in high concentration in salmon and tuna, help lower cholesterol levels, research has shown. In fact, a year and a half ago, the American Heart Association issued guidelines that recommend eating fish high in omega-3s twice a week. In addition, salmon is ...

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