How Fried Fish Contribute to Strokes - TIME Healthland: "Among the most familiar foods on the good-for-you list are fruits, vegetables and fish. But does fried fish count?
Umm, no, at least not according to the latest results of a study on fish consumption and stroke. The survey found that people who live in the so-called “stroke belt” of the United States, which stretches from the Carolinas to Arkansas and Louisiana and where stroke rates are among the highest in the country, are less likely to eat the recommended two servings of fish per week. And when residents in these states do eat fish, they are more likely to have it in fried form"