Our national guide lines recommend 2-3 servings of fish a week to reduce our risk of heart disease.
But most of us average less that half of that amount.
Cardiologist Dr. R. Lori Mosca, says the best fish to eat are the oily species like trout, salmon and tuna.
That's because they are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, that help our blood vessels be healthy and efficient.
Mosca also notes that when you eat fish, you're not eating foods that are heavy in saturated fats.
She also notes that eating fish doesn't have to be expensive.
Eating more canned tuna can be a huge help.
It's cheap, convenient and it can be mixed in with all kinds of dishes.
The dishes range from pasta, to soups, salads and sandwiches.