Tuesday, April 22, 2014

1 fish, 2 fish


Salmon is a superfood because it's high in omega-3 fatty acids, a type of fat that seems to decrease the risk of heart disease. This fish is also a prime source of protein and contains vitamin A and B vitamins.  The omega-3 fats in this fish have also been shown to promote joint health, contribute to the proper functioning of the brain and nervous system, and may possibly help prevent certain types of cancer.  


Research suggets one of the omega-3s in salmon may help protect against UV-induced skin damage.

Personally I can't do the texture of fishies (bleck) but I've been told that salmon is delicious.  Its a pretty colour :)





7 comments:

  1. I've spotted Delores - another old broad who likes salmon - not meaning that you are Baygirl. I was referring to myself.
    Stopping by on the A-Z. All the best.

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  2. I wanted so much to like salmon when I lived in the Pacific NW. It's a staple food. But it's just way too fishy and strong. I can only eat halibut and sole.

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  3. It's a pretty color, and like you...I don't like fish, the feel, the taste, or the smell. It's suppose to be good for us, but geeshhhh.
    Sandy at Traveling Suitcase A-Z

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  4. You should try it. It is delicious. Even better smoked.

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  5. I LOVE salmon-with butter dill, lemon mmmmmmm-so good.

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