The Power of Fish in Your Diet
Fish is still the primary source for animal-based omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA). However as levels of sea pollution continue to rise, this valuable food has become less and lesser viable source of healthy fats because of the high mercury risk exposure on some fishes like swordfish, king mackerel, tilefish and shark. But the American Heart Association confirms that the health benefits of eating fish offset the dangers for most healthy adults. The following visual layed out the nutritional value of consuming seafood and incorporating it into your diet. See also Everything You Need to Know About Eggs and How Long can Food Last in the Fridge?