ISSUE
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Issue6
 
 
Why Eating Seafood is Good For You

Experts say that eating seafood regularly can help us to feel and look healthy. Studies have shown that seafood contains properties that can help us to prevent diseases, reduce wrinkles, give smoother skin and develop stronger nails and hair.
Seafood contains less fat
Seafood contains less than 2% fat and is low in kilojoules. When cooking, there is no need to trim any fat, simply grill, barbecue, bake, steam, poach or microwave.
Eating Fish Can Help To Lower Cholesterol
Seafood contains mostly unsaturated fat. Eating fish two or three times a week can lower your cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease.
Seafood Is High In Protein
Seafood serves as an excellent source of top quality protein, and compares favorably to meat and chicken.
Seafood Is Rich In Vitamins & Minerals
Seafood contains calcium, iodine, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins and other minerals needed to regulate body metabolism and develop healthy skin, hair, nails and bones.
Seafood is High in Omega 3 Fatty Acids
Seafood such as oily fish, non-oily fish and shellfish contain omega-3 fatty acids that are essential nutrients needed by our bodies. Regular consumption of omega-3 helps to protect the heart and the immune system, prevent the spread of some cancers, relieve inflammatory diseases, reduce the risk of developing macular degeneration (MD) and improve the skin condition of psoriasis sufferers.