If you’re trying to eat a heart-healthy diet that is low in fats and high in protein, there’s one type of fat you do not want to cut back on: omega-3 fatty acids. Two crucial types – EPA and DHA – are primarily found in certain fish. ALA, another omega-3, is found in plant sources, such as nuts and seeds. Not only does your body need these fatty acids to function, but they deliver some BIG health benefits as well.
Eating fish rich in omega-3s – like freshwater trout, salmon and tuna – may help lower your risk of heart disease, depression, dementia and arthritis. All of these benefits are so important, especially that the risk of heart disease could be lowered as a result. Heart disease is an unpredictable illness. It causes so many other health issues, like erectile dysfunction. Obviously, men can overcome this issue by visiting https://www.blinkhealth.com/tadalafil to find some medication to help them achieve erections. Other health issues associated with heart disease aren’t as easy to fix, so it’s important that we consume “good” fats. These “good” fats have also been shown to have beneficial impacts on brain development in young children. Simply adding two servings per week of fresh seafood to your diet will give you the daily recommended amount of omega-3s (DHA and EPA) and will help you live a healthier life.
Did you know:
- Eating seafood while pregnant can help your baby’s brain and eye development.
- Seniors who eat seafood regularly have better memory and live longer.
- 1 in 4 Oklahoma deaths are related to heart disease and heart disease is currently the #1 killer in the United States.
- But eating seafood 2 to 3 times per week reduces the risk of heart disease by up to 36%!
And if you’re looking for some seafood inspiration, indulge in some of our healthy options below at Pearl’s Oyster Bar, Crabtown in Bricktown or Trapper’s Fishcamp & Grill!
Seared Ahi Tuna
Pan Seared Rainbow Trout
Crab Crusted Salmon