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Monday, 27 May 2019

Fish Benefits

Fish Benefits


 Most fish are cold-blooded, a vertebrate aquatic animal. There are more than 30,000 species of fish, many of which are edible, most notably salmon, Cod Herring, Mahi mahi, Mackerel, Perch, Tuna, Sardines, Tilapia, and many other species, Other fish, some fish live in fresh water and others in salt water, ranging in length  10 mm to more than 20 meters, while weights ranging from 1.5 grams and even thousands of pounds.

Fish Benefits

 Fish is known for its many benefits. It is a rich source of proteins and many important nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and fatty acids. It also has low calories. In addition, there are many other benefits to fish. Twice a week for its great benefits. Here are some of these benefits:

- Prevention of heart disease: One study found that non-fish intake increased the risk of heart disease by 50 percent in women than in women who ate fish once or twice a week. In addition, eating fish with high amounts of omega-3 Which reduces the risk of heart disease, such as heart attacks and stroke.

- Improve the health of hair and skin:
 It is worth mentioning that diets that contain a low percentage of fat lead to dry hair and skin, and deprive them of important nutrients, characterized by fish contain omega-3 fatty acids that maintain moisture and shine hair, and nourishing the skin, 3. Can help treat psoriasis and other skin diseases.

- Depressing Depression: Several studies have found that omega-3 fatty acids reduce depression more than prescription drugs. In one study, eating omega-3 during pregnancy reduced the risk of postpartum depression significantly, 3. It may improve the incidence of some mental disorders, such as bipolar disorder

- Promotion of brain growth:Essential fatty acids found in fish such as omega-3s play an important role in the growth and development of children's brain. Omega-3 may help treat attention deficit disorder with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). In addition, regular consumption of fish helps to reduce the decline of brain function in old age, because it increases the gray matter in the center of the brain, which is responsible for controlling emotion and memory.

- Supplying the body with vitamin D:Saltwater fish are a source of vitamin D, which helps prevent disease and improve bone health. Each 113 grams of salmon provides the body with 100% of the recommended amount of vitamin D per day, and some oils Fish, such as whale liver oil, is a very rich source of vitamin D, one tablespoon of which provides the body with 200% of its needs of this vitamin.

- Reducing the risk of autoimmune diseases:
 Where fish consumption is associated with reduced risk of autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes, and some studies have indicated that it helps to reduce the risk of arthritis Rheumatoid Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis, other studies are still needed to confirm it.

- Reduce the risk of asthma:Studies indicate that children who eat fish regularly have a 24% lower risk of asthma, but these results do not apply to adults.

- Prevention of eyes diseases:Studies have shown that people who eat larger amounts of fish have a lower chance of macular degeneration, which is the main cause of blindness and blindness. One study found that eating fish once a week was associated with lower risk of infection In macular degeneration decreased by 53%.

The nutritional value of fish

Fish contains many important nutrients for the human body of vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids. The following table shows the nutritional value of a medium cooked salmon, without any additives, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Nutritional value

Food stuff

 200 calories


10 grams

- Fats

70 grams


24 grams


55 mg


430 milligrams of iron 2% of the recommended daily amount

- Potassium

2% of the daily recommended amount


4% of the daily recommended amount
-Vitamin A
4% of the daily recommended amount
-vitamin C
2 grams
- Saturated fat

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