Britons ignore advice on diet

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Britons are not heeding advice to eat more oily fish and reduce heart disease, the European Atherosclerosis Society said. Fish consumption rose by a third three years ago when a study found fatty acids in oily fish such as mackerel can reduce the risk of a second heart attack by 30 per cent. The following year consumption fell back almost to where it started.