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1.Essential nutrients

Seafood is full of natural vitamins and minerals including vitamin D, B-complex vitamins, vitamin B – which influence metabolism, concentration, energy production, and overall well-being. Salmon is rich in vitamin A, and the fatty skin of seafood such as salmon, tuna also contain Vitamin D. Seafood is a great way to get those essential nutrients into your diet with lots of variety.

2.Skin health

It’s no secret that your skin is significantly affected by what you eat. Seafood tends to be high in omega-3 fatty acids that your skin uses to protect itself from UV rays. It’s also been suggested in recent research that fish oil can help reduce acne and similar skin issues.

3.Joint health

Regularly including seafood in your diet has been proven to reduce the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis which causes joints to swell up. There is also a suggested link between omega-3 fats and osteoarthritis.

4.Boosts brainpower

Research has shown that the omega-3s found in seafood may lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, and the DHA and EPA in omega-3 fatty acids also promotes normal brain growth in young children.  

5.Heart health

The omega-3 fatty acids in seafood are best known for the benefits to heart health, despite being recognised as being good for overall health and wellbeing. They greatly reduce the risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attacks and strokes.

6.Eyes health and vision

Studies have suggested that the omega-3 fatty acids found in seafood reduce the chance of age-related macular degeneration – which can lead to blindness. It’s also believed that shellfish can help improve your night vision, and oil-rich fish regularly can help to keep the eyes bright and healthy.

7.Pregnancy benefits

Studies suggest that seafood has positive benefits on birth weight because it encourages proper fetal development and is essential for the development of the central nervous system.  Having a seafood rich diet may also aid in reducing premature delivery.

8.Fights against depression

There’s also been an association between the consumption of omega-3 fatty acids and risk of depression. It’s been suggested to be a viable treatment for depression too. If you’re looking for a natural, hassle-free remedy to help treat depression in the long term, increasing the seafood in your diet might be an option.

 

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