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Dietary Fried Fish Intake Increases Risk of CVD: The REasons for Geographic And Racial Differences in Stroke (REGARDS) Study

Adverse cardiovascular events, such as stroke and heart attack, tend to occur more frequently among regular consumers of 2 or more servings of fried fish per week.

This study focused on the relationship between high dietary ingestion of fried fish and the likelihood of experiencing adverse cardiovascular events, such as stroke and myocardial infarction (heart attack). Researchers followed 16,479 men and women for 5.1 years, monitoring their diet, health, and mortality records. 

Researchers discovered that the odds of suffering from adverse cardiovascular events increased with habitual consumption of 2 or more servings of fried fish per week. This study demonstrates that frequent intake of fried fish may precipitate the onset of adverse cardiovascular events, such as stroke and heart attack.

Research Summary Information

  • 2016
  • Fadi Nahab, Keith Pearson, Michael R Frankel, Jamy Ard, Monika M Safford, Dawn Kleindorfer, Virginia J Howard, Suzanne Judd
  • Department of Neurology,Emory University,1365 Clifton Road NE,Clinic B,Suite 2200,Atlanta,GA 30322,USA. Department of Nutrition Sciences,School of Health Professions,University of Alabama at Birmingham,Birmingham,AL,USA. Department of Epidemiology and Prevention,Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center,Winston-Salem,NC,USA. Department of Medicine,University of Alabama at Birmingham,Birmingham,AL,USA. Department of Neurology,University of Cincinnati,Cincinnati,OH,USA. Department of Epidemiology,School of Public Health,University of Alabama at Birmingham,Birmingham,AL,USA. Department of Biostatistics,School of Public Health,University of Alabama at Birmingham,Birmingham,AL,USA.
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