The salmon fish

Salmon FishSalmon for health, slimming salmon, salmon of muscle mass, the benefits of this unique fish family Salmonidae are undeniable. But as we look at its price in the store, often forget to buy it. Is it worth the money for salmon? Salmon is not as expensive as truffles, but definitely falls into the category of “delicacy”. Everybody can allow it, but that amount could buy several less expensive and less beneficial foodstuffs. So, if you budget for food is limited (permanently or temporarily due to the crisis) could replace salmon with trout, tuna, mackerel, sardines or herring. They are also “fat” fish such as salmon and are no less useful. But if you are not “expensive” in the grocery store and tries to eat healthily, “investment” in salmon at least 2 times a week (100 grams per family member). Here’s why:
Salmon – the most calorie and dietary fish
Salmon is the most dietary fish – low calorie and highly digestible. Is exceptionally rich in essential polyunsaturated fatty acids (Omega-3 and Omega-6), proteins, minerals (potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, zinc) and vitamins (group C, carnitine, choline).
Lowers “bad” and raises “good” cholesterol in the blood.
Omega-3 fatty acids enhance the metabolism and burn calories. Protein salmon are easy-get and this makes it a perfect product for those of you who exercise actively strive for a healthy weight.
Nutritional values per 100 g of salmon: 182 kcal, 19 g fat, 12 g protein, 0 g carbohydrate
Salmon – health benefits
Salmon due primarily health qualities of the rich content of Omega-3 fatty acids. They appear in almost all fish, but salmon are most easy-get the human organism. Salmon reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, protect against various cancers, especially cervical cancer, rheumatic diseases (osteoporosis, arthritis), Alzheimer’s disease and depression, reduces blood clotting, regulate blood pressure, etc.

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