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Nutritional Value of Fish

Nutritional Value of Fish

Nutritional Value of Fish

Fish is not only delicious but also has a high nutritional value. It is rich in protein and other important nutrients. In 100 grams of fish, it contains one-third of the protein that adults need every day. Moreover, the protein in the fish is more easily digested and absorbed by the human body than the meat of other poultry.

Fish Nutrition

Fish also contains free amino acids, small molecular compounds, rich vitamin B12andiodine that can be quickly absorbed by the body. Vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient for nervous system health, and iodine is an important element in maintaining thyroid function. People who lack sufficient iodine can easily have a “big neck bubble.”

The Value of Fish Oil

Lot of fat is generally darker in color and contains twice as much calories as oil with less fat and white meat. In recent years, studies have found that eating fish regularly can prevent heart disease and stroke. The reason may be that fish oil is different from meat oil, mainly unsaturated fat, which is not so easy to produce cholesterol. Therefore, people who eat more oily fish a week have a lower incidence of stroke and heart disease.

Precautions For Eating

Fish Excessive intake of fish oil (more than 10% of the total calories that should be ingested) is also harmful to the body. Because the unsaturated fat in fish oil is easily turned into a carcinogenic free radical by oxidation, it has a bad effect on the human body.

This article was reviewed by the consultant doctor