Facts on Eating Fish You Should Keep In Mind

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Lots of fish are frozen on board after they are caught and after a short time they are transferred to the mainland. If refrigerant time is not too long, after thawing, fish still retain nutritional value as fresh fish just caught.

Frozen fish have the nutritional value equal to that of fresh fish

Lots of fish are frozen on board after they are caught and after a short time they are transferred to the mainland. If refrigerant time is not too long, after thawing, fish still retains nutritional value as fresh fish just caught.

Description: If refrigerant time is not too long, after thawing, fish still retains nutritional value as fresh fish just caught

If refrigerant time is not too long, after thawing, fish still retains nutritional value as fresh fish just caught.

The fact that fish are good for health mainly thanks to omega-3 fatty acid found in fish

Most kinds of fish contain omega-3 fatty acid, especially salmon, mackerel and herring... This fatty acid is the precursor of DHA and helps the cells in the human body work well. Omega-3 fatty acid is especially good for brain, skin, heart disease, blood pressure and helps reduce the risk of diabetes, bronchial asthma and the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.

Description: The fact that fish are good for health mainly thanks to omega-3 fatty acid found in fish.

The fact that fish are good for health mainly thanks to omega-3 fatty acid found in fish.

Because our body does not have enough this essential acid, we must absorb it from foods, preferably from fish.

Fish can be infected with helminths

Like many animals, wild birds, fish can eat eggs of helminths in the environment. When being in the animal body, eggs of helminths develop into larvae, cysts and live in internal organs of animals. Freshwater fish have a higher risk at all. One of the parasites that fish can be infected is the tapeworm.

This parasite without being killedcan move to the human body and lives in the intestines over the years, grows to 1-2m in length and causes excruciating pains, weight loss and anemia.

Eating fish regularly will reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke

Omega-3 fatty acid in fish has anti-inflammatory properties, so it can reduce the risk of chronic disease to 52%; thereby contributes to reducing the risk of hypertension, stroke... It also helps lower blood pressure, reduce abnormal heart rhythm and the risk of heart disease up to 36%.

However, if you do not know how to eat fish, you may encounter the dangers to your health. So, when eating fish, you should keep in mind the following:

Do not eat fish when hungry

Eating fish when hungry can increase the amount of uric acid, which can cause damages in tissues. These damages are the main cause of gout. So, to avoid the risk of gout, you should not eat fish when you are hungry.

Do not eat raw fish

Many people say that the fresher the fish you eat is, the better, and raw fish were the most nutritious. But in fact, this is a completely wrong notion. Raw fish often contain parasites and they will not be killed if you do not cook fish. If you eat raw fish, these parasites will move into the body and cause adverse to liver, make liver infect parasites, even leading to liver cancer.

Description: Do not eat raw fish

Do not eat raw fish

Do not eat fish bile

According to many Oriental medicine doctors, fish bile, after being processed into the drugs, may be used to make drugs to treat diseases, such as treatment of eye pain, red eyes, sore throat, etc.

However, in fact, this is extremely dangerous. Eating fish bile is very easy to be poisoned and even dangerous to life, especially the bile of carp. The bile of fish often contains tetrodotoxin. This substance is considered harmful to the nervous system, causes fatigue, respiratory depression, and behavioral disorders. Hence, when processing, you have to clean fish carefully, cook well, and you’d better take fish bile away.

 
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