Fish and it's nutritional value.

Fish in Diet

Hi readers,

Today's topic- Why should we eat fish more?

So talking about fish, fish is one of the most popular food in our food chart. Fish is an important part of a healthy diet. It is a secret to a long life. Fish have lots of nutritional values.
Fish is loaded with essential nutrients such as proteins, vitamin D along Omega 3 fatty acids. These nutrients are very much crucial for the growth and development of our body. The protein found in fish is generally easily digestible and it takes less time for our body to digest fish protein.

And apart from its benefits and nutritional value, we can prepare amazing and yummy recipes with fish.

Omega 3 Capsules

Reasons for adding fish to your diet:

  •  Fish is rich in nutrients such as proteins, vitamins, minerals, and iodine.
  •  Fatty or oily species of fish is considered the healthiest as they are high in fat-based nutrients.
  •  Omega 3 fat in fishes is very essential for good skin and good hair. Because they boost collagen production and provide protection against harmful UV rays.
  •  Vitamin D which most people are lacking nowadays can be gained by including fish in their diet.
  •  A low level of fatty acids can lead to an increased amount of inflammation in the body. Fish can reduce such inflammation.
  •  Eating fish reduces swelling and pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis.
Study shows that including fish in the diet regularly lesser the risk of heart attacks, strokes and heart problems. Eating fish makes the heart strong and healthy.
Heart Attack
With growing age, our brain functions also commence declining. Fish in your diet slow down the mental decline rate. Fish is also important for the proper functioning of brain tissues that control memory and emotions. The brain and eyes are concentrated in omega 3 fatty acids as it is important for their healthy functioning.

Depression is a prevalent issue that is less talked about but is one of the significant issues in the present time. But it is discovered that people who eat fish regularly are less likely to develop depression. Omega 3 fatty acids fight depression and increase the effectiveness of antidepressant medicine.

Adding more fish to the diet can do wonders to your body.

So how often do you take fish??? Do let us know in the comment section. And don't forget to share this with your friends and family.

Thank you.

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