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Best seafood to eat!
By Ken Washington - November 26, 2018
The question of what is the best seafood to eat for your health? Always pops up in conversation.
Here are a few guidelines that may help you decide what are the best seafood to consume. Seafood contains high levels of nutrients and protein, particularly oily seafood, such as salmon and tuna. Seafood often has less cholesterol and saturated fat than meat, and it is a stable of the healthy Mediterranean diet. Seafood also provides vitamins and minerals, including B vitamins, zinc, and iron.
We at Seafood4UNow.com recommended you consume Seafood three times a week as part of a healthy diet.
Oily fish containing omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial fats that humans must obtain through their diet. Omega-3 fatty acids have potential health benefits such as helping prevent cardiovascular disease and improve Mental Health.
Most Seafood is a low-fat protein source, incorporated into the diet can also potentially lead to weight loss.
I prefer the wild caught salmon. All types of salmon contain Omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for heart health. Salmon is a particularly good source of vitamin D and calcium. For its nutritional value, it's better to choose wild caught salmon rather than farm salmon. Now that being said there are some particularly good Farm Salmons out there for sale. For more details contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Another good seafood to consume is sushi grade tuna. Tuna often gets a bad rap because of past Mercury contamination. The truth of the matter is tuna consumed in moderation is safe.
One of my personal favorites is Icelandic cod, Alaskan cod. Cod is a flaky white fish and is very easy to prepare. Cod is a good source of phosphorus niacin and vitamin B12. It is high in protein but low in fat and calories making it the ideal choice for people trying to control their body weight.
Our Orange Roughy from New Zealand also has similar qualities. Many of the recipes that work for cod will work for orange roughy also white flaky and very mild fish
Now with these great seafood recommendations, you'll need some recipes coming up next.