Why Introducing Fish To Your Everyday Diet Is A must (Part 1)

September 8, 2016

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Not only is fish meat delicious, soft and healthy, it has extremely low calorie levels, it is packed with protein, while it also contains those vital poly-unsaturated omega-3 fatty acids.

However, aside from being great for your overall health, several recent studies have found that eating fish meat at least once a week can prevent some of the most serious illnesses us weak humans tend to develop.

Heart Disease Prevention

The recent findings published in “Hypertension: Journal of the American Heart Association” claim that people who intake little to no fish via their everyday diet, have 50% more heart problems than those who eat fish meat at least once a week.

The trick is that eating fish that is high in omega-3s can does wonders to your cardiovascular system by decreasing blood fat levels.

Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention

It has also been proven that eating fish can lower the risk of Alzheimer’s Disease. The new study presented at the Radiological Society of North America.

Apparently, claims that eating fish regularly can actually help when it comes to keeping your gray-matter neurons in shape, and we all know that gray matter is crucial for our memory and cognitive skills.

It is official – fish is literally “brain food”.