Consume Plenty of Fish for Good Health
In fact, there is no need for a special reason to eat fish. Because most of the world’s population likes fish very much and consumes it gladly. That three quarters of the world is covered by waters suitable for growing fish shows how true this conclusion is.
Fish is a nutrient with high protein content and rich in vitamin A, D, K and group B (B1, B2, B3, B6, B12) and a good source of omega-3, iodine, selenium, phosphorus, zinc and magnesium. Scientific studies carried out show that regular fish consumption strengthens our memory, eye and bone health, reduces the risk of coronary heart diseases and total cholesterol, protects against colon, breast and rectum cancer thanks to a number of vitamins and minerals it contains and that omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in its content strengthens the neural system and protects the immune system.
Fish: Recommended by Specialists
American Heart Foundation advises us not to neglect to consume 2 portions (300 g) of fish which is just a source of health per week. However, there are some mistakes we make in selecting, cooking and consuming fish and such mistakes may reduce the nutritional value of fish. For this purpose, you may search fish cooking recipes and cook your fish accordingly, depending on in what season, at what time and with what you will eat fish.