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Try Some Nutritious Seafood!

Thinking about what to make for dinner? No problem! Fish foods can be a great way to add some variety to your meals!

Fish is a good source of protein without the saturated fat found in meats. And many types of fish are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which can boost heart health. Mackerel, herring, sardines, tuna, and salmon are all rich in omega-3. The healthiest way to prepare is to bake or grill it with olive oil or mustard oil, spices and squeezed lemon.

Shrimp is an ideal choice as it gives you added calcium with essential amino acids. And  it is also a wise choice to include Salmon, as it gives your diet Essential Amino acids and omega 3 fatty acids for a healthy heart. Apart from these macronutrients, you also get important micronutrients like added calcium, Vitamin B12 and Folic acid to your diet as these nutrients aid in  Blood formation in the body.

Fish and shellfish — They are all good source of food for a healthy heart.

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One Response to “Try Some Nutritious Seafood!”

  1. wait, there’s enough folate in seafood? I can’t find yet a good folate source other than raw broccoli. I’m more a scientific person, so first I read about what nutrients we need and what these nutrients do, instead of eating everything. I stopped with milk years ago but now with science I knew the decision was right. it won’t make bones stronger because protein will make blood acidic and body will leech calcium to neutralize it.

    it’s nice seafood is healthy and has the right balance of fats, but I dislike it when ignorant people will now buy tons of meat and fry it. I just read an article saying that frying, drying and salted fish can reduce the omega 3 content and won’t give any health benefits. it’s just sad to see large corporations labelling not-very-healthy red meat as heart healthy, while scientific people know that it matters how you prepare it and how much you eat it. next time lets do blogs about healthy food preparations and how much is healthy.

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