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Nonetheless, it warns: “Some fish contain small amounts of chemicals or metals that may be harmful if you eat a lot of fish.”
If you are pregnant, planning to get pregnant, or breast feeding, you should eat no more than two portions of oily fish per week, it says.
If you have been advised to make dietary changes, there are a number of things to consider and several general rules to follow.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada says: “As a rule of thumb, steer clear of highly processed foods, even if they are lower in fat content. Low-fat or diet foods are often loaded with calories, sodium and added sugar.”