Eating seafood could protect against kidney problems, study suggests

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People who eat seafood could be at lower risk of chronic kidney problems, a new study suggests. Researchers said that omega 3 fatty acids in seafood are linked to a moderately lower risk of chronic kidney disease and a slower decline in kidney function. But the study, published in The BMJ, also found omega 3 fatty acids found in plant foods did not offer the same protection. Academics from the George Institute for Global Health, and the University of New South Wales in Australia, said the latest findings suggest that people should include seafood as part of a healthy diet. Academics analysed p…

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