Fish, human health and marine ecosystem health: policies in collision.

@article{Brunner2009FishHH,
  title={Fish, human health and marine ecosystem health: policies in collision.},
  author={E. Brunner and Peter J S Jones and S. Friel and M. Bartley},
  journal={International journal of epidemiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={
          93-100
        }
}
BACKGROUND Health recommendations advocating increased fish consumption need to be placed in the context of the potential collapse of global marine capture fisheries. METHODS Literature overview. RESULTS In economically developed countries, official healthy eating advice is to eat more fish, particularly that rich in omega-3 oils. In many less economically developed countries, fish is a key human health asset, contributing >20% of animal protein intake for 2.6 billion people. Marine… Expand
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