5 Reasons Why You Should Be Eating Fish

5 Reasons Why You Should Be Eating Fish

Fish as a food has several benefits and if boosting your health and its ability to make you slim not reason enough for you to eat fish here are 5 other reasons why you should be eating fish.
1. Fish are known to prevent heart disease
A study revealed that women who constantly ate fish had less heart problems while those who didn’t or took no fish at all had a 50% chance of getting heart problems. In addition to that women who did not eat fish on a regular basis had a three folds high disease risk as compared to women who eat fish on a regular basis.
2. Ease Depression
According to various studies when fish is taken with prescription antidepressants the omega-3s which are usually found in fish help in treating depression making the process much effective and quicker as compared to taking it alone.
3. Improve Skin and Hair
A low fat diet has one huge drawback and that is the fact that you often deprive your hair and skin the healthy fats that it truly deserves. Fish helps with keeping your skin nourished as well as your hair looking shiny thanks to omega-3s.
4. Boost Brain Development
The EFA omega-3 which is usually found in Salmond as well as the nutrient based fish are essential especially when it comes to boosting brain development. As result of these parents are urged to give their children fish as it will help in the development of their children’s brain.
5. Stronger Sperm
Research has proven that people who eat more fish along with other healthy foods such vegetables, fruits and grains have stronger swimmers as compared to those who do not.

 

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