Why is fish so good for you?

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    Fish is good for you because it is low in “bad” fat and high in “good” fat.  Research has determined that fish consumption can cut risk of mortality due to heart problems by a third and total mortality by 17%.  Fish can also decrease blood clots, pancreatic cancer, depression, and inflammation.

    Be careful not to eat fish too high in toxins and pollutants, though. (In general, larger fish are more at-risk for this, but you’ll have to check your local fisheries for more information on the fish around you.)

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    Fish is good for you and is a good source of protein. Fish is a nutrient dense food, a good source of vitamin B-12, and rich in iron. Fatty fish like salmon, tuna, sardines, swordfish, mackerel or bluefish are high in Omega 3 fatty acids which helps prevent heart disease. There is also evidence eating fish can be beneficial for numerous health problems such as infections and osteoporosis.

    The old saying, “fish is brain food” turns out to be actually true. Studies show that eating fish once a week will reduce age-related deterioration of a persion’s intelligence by 10 to 13 %. This means that by eating fish once a week can defy mental aging by three to four years.

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