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Fresh, Frozen, or Canned, Fish Are Healthy

By Tom Herrin

Years ago, people had to rely on whatever they could find in order to feed their families.  It may be something they raised or hunted.  Things are obviously much different today.  Most foods are readily available in stores.  The greatest challenge is to make decisions about what are the best foods for the healthiest meals.  Without a doubt, some of this may vary according to individual needs.  One of the best overall foods to increase the benefits of a diet may be fish.  Many cultures have relied on fish as their primary source of protein for years.  It is often observed that many of these people experience better health in that they have fewer issues that are common to so many others with different diets.

It May Provide Lots of Nutrients

Fish can supply plenty of nutrients.  It has iodine, minerals, and vitamins.  It also is high in protein.  For the most part, it does not have the bad fats that so many other foods have.  Much of it has omega-3 fatty acids which are known for their benefits to the heart.  Fish are also a good source of Vitamin D which a significant number of people appear to be deficient in.  Adding fish to a diet can have a big impact.

It May Help Avoid Depression

In today's world, depression is an extremely common problem for many people.  Quite a bit of resources are used in an effort to help treat and manage it.  Some studies have indicated that people who eat fish regularly have less depression and are generally happier.  It also appears that for those who take antidepressants, eating fish may make them more effective.

It Can Make Some Great Meals

At our home, we all enjoy fish.  I realize that many people simply don't care for the fishy taste or smell.  It does not have to be that way.  We always enjoy salmon or tuna when we want to eat a light lunch.  We usually eat these right out of a can.  Eating fresh or frozen fish broiled, grilled, or baked is always a treat as well.  Finding the right fish for your taste and preparing it to meet your needs is the key.  For some people, the right condiments or sides may make the difference in the meal.  For the most part, adding fish to a diet on a regular basis can be a good investment in better health.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Kennesaw, Ga.

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