3 Oily Fish
Meals a Week
Cuts Memory Loss
Fish Can Improve Men's Health
A Fish a Day
Keeps the Bad Cholesterol Away!
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Eating oily fish cuts the risk of memory loss and stroke by up to a quarter, according to a study yesterday. Researchers found eating fish three times a week led to a reduction in harmful brain lesions that can trigger Alzheimer's disease and stroke. But baking or steaming fish is more protective than traditional fried fish and chips, claim researchers in the medical journal Neurology. It is thought that omega-3 fatty acids in fish oils may reduce inflammation of the brain and play a part in brain development and nerve cell regeneration. Britons are already advised to eat fish at least twice a week, including one portion of oily fish.
Many men’s health problems can be helped or avoided by eating more fish. And now An Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) - the Irish State agency with responsibility for developing Irish Sea Fishing – has produced a new booklet to encourage men to up their intake of fish. Click to learn more about how the omega3’s in farmed salmon can reduce common health problems.
When we were kids, our mother’s told us that an Apple a Day would keep the Doctor Away. So what has changed? Farmed Salmon and its high omega 3’s! A research published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) suggests that a diet rich in Omega 3 fatty acids can help keep those bad cholesterols at bay. And where can you get these fatty acids from? The answer to this will be the delicious tuna, sardines, salmon and other oily fishes!
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