A few days ago we dealt with the benefits of white or lean fish , knowing that it is one of the fundamental foods within a varied and balanced diet , but above all healthy and healthy.
However, not all people know that both fish and seafood provide a lot of very important nutrients for health, among which we find (as we discussed at the time), high quality proteins, essential fatty acids , vitamins, and minerals such as iron, phosphorus, selenium Y zinc .
For example, Omega-3 fatty acids of the fish act not only by increasing the defenses, but decreasing the inflammatory processes, and helping to reduce the levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood.
Precisely for all these issues already discussed above, consume little or no fish can be extremely harmful to health, because we are not giving our body a number of quality nutrients that we can not find in as much quantity as we find in this food.
That is why many experts recommend adding the fish in the diet, so that it can be healthy and above all balanced.
Excessive consumption is not advisable
Of course, it is not necessary or necessary to consume excessive amounts of fish, since at least one medium ration, at least once a week, will be more than enough.
In addition, the variability at the time it is prepared means that the fish can be consumed even by those people who do not enjoy certain cooking or preparation, so that it can be consumed fresh in the oven, steamed, grilled or even canned (from canned fish ).