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Go fish

Go fish. Twice a week, substitute a fatty fish, such as salmon or tuna, for a higher-fat meat like beef. These fish are rich in omega-3s, a type of polyunsaturated fat, which may help lower your blood cholesterol level when substituted for saturated and trans fats in your diet.
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