There are numerous known benefits in including fish in our diet.
Physicians and dietitians recommend we eat 2-3 serves of fish per week due to the enormous health benefits as a result of its high omega 3 content. This is known to help protect you from heart disease/stroke as well as assisting numerous other normal body functions such as controlling blood clotting, building cell membrane in the brain.
Many other people identify benefits in the control of inflammatory bowel, autoimmune diseases such as Rheumatoid, Psoratic arthritis, lupis, diabetes and joint pain.
Cultures such as the Inuit people who have a diet rich in fish including whale, seal and salmon and cardiovascular disease, prostrate cancer, diabetes and arthritis are extremely rare.
Another contributing factor in their diet is that other meat eaten is wild game that is normally low in fat as opposed to farmed animals that are bred to carry fat and are often treated with antibiotics, growth hormones and other forms of medicinal products used externally and internally to control ticks and parasites.
Salmon is an excellent and delicious fish due to it’s high level of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats that will not raise your cholesterol levels and is suitable for baking, grilling or broiling.
Other popular fish include Grouper, Catfish, Sea bass, Mahimahi and Mackerel which all contain numerous antoxidants and vitamins.
So Put More Fish on Your Dish.