Like most people, my family loves seafood. We’re not big fans of it on the menu, but we can make do with any dish for dinner, and I still get a big kick out of it. I’ll usually get two bites of fish or seafood each day.
The problem is that many of us love seafood so much that we become blind to the true meaning behind it. Just because there’s a steak or lobster doesn’t mean we should take the time to actually look at it.
The problem is that many of us love seafood so much that we become blind to the true meaning behind it. Just because theres a steak or lobster doesnt mean we should take the time to actually look at it.
Seafood is the perfect example of a food that needs to be served in moderation. If you are a true foodie, then you know that you need to be eating your lunch for at least 30 minutes, but you may be so busy that you forget.
The problem with seafood is that it is, essentially, a snack. It takes time for your brain to properly process all the nutrients you are consuming. That means that you get hungry often. You end up going back for more. You can also end up with a severe case of lobster bums. You end up going back for more and more. All of which, I’m sure, is really bad for your general health.
On the other hand, seafood is a good source of low-fat protein, low-calorie protein, and omega-3 fatty acids, which is basically like fish oil. You know about the omega-3s because the foods you eat contain them. These fatty acids are important for brain function, and they also lower your risk of cardiovascular disease. Omega-3s help prevent dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and heart disease, so they are good for everyone.
Of course, we should also be eating lots of vegetables and other healthy foods, so we can get a good amount of omega-3s in our daily diet. But also, seafood has a lot of protein, so it’s a good way to bulk up.
I love seafood. But I hate it when it’s fried or overcooked. I don’t use a lot of it in my diet because I don’t like it. But I do sometimes eat fried or sautéed fish (which I did a while ago). But I don’t have a problem with fried, sautéed, or raw fish. In fact, I love it when I eat oysters, clams, mussels, and scallops.
That’s my point. When you eat fish, you’re not only getting a decent amount of omega-3s, you’re also getting some protein. And if you’re doing it in moderation, you’re going to have a lot of seafood. It’s not going to be your standard fried fish and chips, but it’s not going to be raw fish either.
There are even some fish that have been shown to be a lot better for the heart than regular fish. For example, a study of fish in Japan found that people who ate large amounts of the fatty fish found in sushi restaurants had a lower risk of heart disease than people who ate less fish. This is because the larger the fish, the more saturated fat they have in it. The same study showed that eating just eight ounces of fish a week reduced the risk of heart disease by half.