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10 Nutritious Health Benefits Of Eating Fresh Seafood... 



Fish is among the healthiest foods on the planet. It’s loaded with important nutrients, such as protein and vitamin D.

Fish is also a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are incredibly important for your body and brain.

Seafood is known for being a natural source of vitamins and minerals, such as B-complex vitamins, vitamin D and vitamin B. B-complex vitamins (B1, B3, biotin, B12, etc.) perform many different functions, providing healthy energy production, metabolism, concentration - even beauty!

Some types of fish, such as salmon, are rich in vitamin A, which helps protect vision while boosting the immune and reproductive system’s capabilities. Another vitamin found in some seafood – often the fatty skin of salmon, tuna and others – is vitamin D, which promotes healthy bone growth, calcium absorption, and boosts immune system efficiency and cell growth.



While seafood is nutritious enough to be low in saturated fats and high in protein, its greatest health benefit lies in its abundant source of omega-3 fatty acids. While several studies have been conducted on the benefits of the omega-3 fatty acids, they are most notably known for their benefits in heart health.

In fact, they can significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular events from occurring, such as arrhythmias, strokes, and heart attacks. Though many prefer to acquire their omega-3 fatty acids with capsules, scientists prefer the actual consumption of actual seafood.



Eating seafood on a regular basis has been proven to ease the symptoms of arthritis. Research has shown that omega-3 fatty acids can ease tender joints and reduce morning stiffness in subjects with rheumatoid arthritis.



A 2014 study published in the Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science Journal suggests that those who consume omega-3 fatty acids found in seafood are less likely to suffer from age-related macular degeneration, a disease that can result in the loss of vision. Fish and shellfish can also boost your night vision. Eating oil-rich fish regularly can help to keep the eyes bright and healthy.



Eating seafood helps preserve moisture in the skin. Your skin’s natural glow is affected more from what you eat than what you apply directly to it. The omega-3 fatty acids in seafood protect the skin against UV rays from the sun and recent research has found limited findings suggesting fish oil can help reduce the prevalence of acne.



Seafood omega-3s may lower the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. A sufficient intake of DHA and EPA found in omega-3 fatty acids promote proper brain growth in infants and children.



Recent research has shown an association between the consumption of omega-3 fatty acids and risk of depression has found that consuming omega-3 fatty acids can not only decrease the risk of depression but has the potential to treat depression as well. Consuming more seafood can help you have a better, more positive outlook on life.



Studies indicate that eating more fish has positive benefits on birth weight because it enhances fetal growth and development. Seafood consumption also aid in reducing preterm delivery and is essential for central nervous system development. Thus, pregnant women should only eat low-mercury fish, such as salmon, sardines & trout ect, and no more than the recommended 340 grams per week and it is also recommended in Australia not to eat raw seafood while pregnant.



Increased omega-3 consumption can reduce the symptoms of asthma and certain allergies. Selenium is a potent antioxidant found in seafood that is known to improve the immune system.

Studies show that regular fish consumption is linked to a 24% lower risk of asthma in children, but no significant effect has been found in adults.


is Delicious and easy to prepare

Fish is delicious and easy to prepare.

For this reason, it should be relatively easy to incorporate it into your diet. Eating fish one or two times per week is considered sufficient to reap its benefits.

If possible, choose wild-caught fish rather than farmed. Wild fish tends to have more omega-3s.

Many fish have low mercury levels

The following fish have low mercury levels and are also high in omega-3 fatty acids:

  • Salmon

  • Herrings

  • Sardines

  • Mackerel

Other seafood with low mercury levels include:

  • All prawns, crayfish, and bugs

  • All squids and octopus

  • Snapper

  • Trout

  • Trevally

  • Whiting

  • Herring

  • Anchovy

  • Bream

  • Mullet

  • Garfish

  • Canned salmon and canned tuna in oil

 These fish can be eaten more frequently, up to 2 to 3 times per week.


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