The other day at the pool I heard two women discussing the importance of eating fish for Omega 3. Both ladies were talking about their diet and attempts to lose weight.
It was tough keeping my mouth shut, but they didn’t ask my opinion or draw me into their conversation. The sad truth is that the marketers have again done a brilliant job at hawing their snake (fish) oil.
Switching from the Standard American Diet to any diet with less animal products and processed foods will do wonders for the body. But, there is no scientific evidence showing the addition of fish, to an already healthy diet will improve your health.
So, to the ladies in the pool, fish is not part of your healthy diet.
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Is Fish Part of a Healthy Diet?
Popular consensus in our culture glorifies fish and seafood as health-promoting foods. They are not. Marine life is meant to stay in the water where it came from. It’s not for human consumption. At least not if you’re concerned about your health that is.
When you hear about studies claiming health benefits with eating our finned friends, you are most likely hearing about individuals improving their health because they went from worse to bad on the diet spectrum. Going from the Standard American Diet to any diet with less animal products and processed foods will do wonders for the body. So will increasing fruit and vegetable consumption. But eating fish is not healthful.
Currently, there is no scientific evidence showing the addition of fish, to an already healthy diet based on whole plant foods, increases an individual’s health even more. If anything the environmental toxins and saturated fat content in fish and seafood only make it more difficult for the body to ward off disease and illness.
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Fresh vegetables feel and taste good in my mouth.
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