Has anyone known that certain kinds of fish contain Omega 3 Fatty Acids?
March 19, 2011 2:15am CST
Hey everyone Most of you may know that certain kinds of fish contain good fats mainly omega three fatty acids. That is a factor for good cholesterol. Another words high rate of high density lippoprotein. As long as it is the right number as a factor for great health. Fish, like salmon and haddock can be awful expensive in the frozen seafood section of either grocery store. Since those unique stuff come from way far away. Do not overdo it at all. Otherwise seafood poisoning will result. I have learned the hard way from it via dirty clams. Fish also have great proteins which promotes repair and growth. If you happen to go out deep sea fishing as long as you have proper permit or license you will catch lots n lots of fish to be skinned and cooked fresh from the grill. If any questions or comments please respond right here.
19 Mar 11
Yes communities eating a large amount of oily fish and oatmeal have been found to suffer from a lower incidence of many diseases. Good fish to eat are mackerel and herring both of which are very cheap. As you say, salmon is also good but more expensive. all the best urban
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20 Mar 11
I agree on your part about seafood. As long as you do not consume too much seafood, especially dirty clams which I learned from a long time ago. For any kind of fresh from the sea food, like fish esp salmon is real expensive since it is from far away. So watch your assets. Yeah, fish is a great source of good oil. So oatmeal is the best source of fiber to control cholesterol.