Fish directly from the sea

As fit as a fiddle

Fish are a source of many vitamins and minerals, which are essential to proper functioning of our organisms, for instance:
 

Omega-3 fatty acids

Omega-3 fatty acids, present in fish’s meat help to prevent and overcome heart diseases, cancer, depression, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, Hyperthyroidism as well as other illnesses. Omega-3 fatty acids greatly enhance the level of our concentration and elevate our energy level.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is necessary for maintaining the right condition of our skin, hair, nails as well as appropriate growth of our bones and teeth. It also plays an important part in reception of sight stimuli in eye’s retina.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is responsible for proper functioning of various functions in our bodies, f.ex.: balances carbohydrate, protein and fat economies in our bodies. It also influences processes of formulating blood in our bodies.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D influences functioning of such systems in our bodies as: skeletal, nervous, muscle, immunological and circulatory system. It stimulates absorption of phosphorus and calcium from the gastrointestinal tract.

Phosphorus

It is indispensable to maintaining the right structure of bones and teeth. Phosphorus also takes part in transmission of nerve impulses.

Potassium

It is an elementary chemical element of the inner part of cells and is responsible for its holding of water. It plays an important role in nervous transmission.

Protein

Protein builds all tissues in our organisms. It also plays a  regulatory, immunological and transportation function.

 

Vitamins present in the most popular species of fish are:

Cod

Cods are a rich source of protein, selenium and vitamins A, B1, B2 and B12. Additionally, this fish is a source of the iodine, which regulates the thyroid activity.

Salmon

This fish includes iodine, potassium and A, B, D and E vitamins.

Mackerel

Mackerel is a fatty fish, containing a lot of Omega-3 fatty acids (3,5 g in 100 g of mackerel). Mackerel is a very good source of the selenium, an element responsible, among the others, for our immunological system.

Herring

Herrings are fatty fish, rich in Omega-3 fatty acids as well as such vitamins as: E, D (over 10 times more than milk), B2, B6, calcium and phosphorus. It is also a valuable source of potassium, selenium and iron.

Trout

Trout is not one of the most popular fatty fish, however it supplies our organisms with A, D and E vitamins as well as Omega-3 fatty acids. Consumption of trouts stimulates our concentration and memory as well as diminishes the risk of being taken ill with cancer.

Tuna

It contains large amounts of A and D vitamins. It also influences lowering both cholesterol and blood pressure levels.