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Fish & Seafood benefits

by Guest11635  |  8 years, 11 month(s) ago

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Whenever there is fish for dinner or seafood I usually avoid them because of the taste and smell, my parents always shout at me why I don’t eat sea food and tell me that it is very beneficial for health, Can I have some advantages of sea food regarding health?

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  1. James Harley

     Is it in your knowledge that 150 gram serving of fish or seafood provides 50% -60% protein per day for adults of all seafood is low in fat, usually less than 5%. Big fish are low in cholesterol, with the exception of eggs, squid, shrimp and fish. However, the amount of compensation that food high cholesterol is to increase the level of beneficial EPA and DHA Omega-3 oils it contains.

    Unlike meat and seafood species have the same level of blood cholesterol, but only a small portion of saturated fat. 150 grams of fresh fish fillets is less than 1 gram saturated fat.

    For pregnant women and children under 12 years, according to the report: They can benefit from eating seafood, especially fish and seafood with higher amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. You can eat six to 12 ounces of fish a week. This can lead to six grams of white tuna. You should avoid large predatory fish such as shark, swordfish, king mackerel, which have higher mercury. For teenagers and adults, and those at risk for cardiovascular disease, the report said eating seafood may increase the risk of heart disease reduction. And if people have more than two servings of fish a week eating, you should be safe for various types of seafood to eat to reduce the risk of exposure to pollution reduction, the report said.

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