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Friday, January 15, 2010


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This is yet the best food there is, fish! Healthy in itself providing us with good fat, polyunsaturated fatty acid, that decreases bad cholesterol and increases good cholesterol. In so saying they lessen the risk to cardiovascular diseases. And we should not wait for the vulnerable age of 40 to be extra careful, nor when we already have the most common sign to heart problem, high blood pressure. I have always believed in starting the right diet early. Childhood obesity in fact is increasing in incidence and such is an alarming concern for the future generation.

Thus, in whatever phase we are in our life it is always recommended to have fish in our diet. 3-4 times in a week is advisable. During pregnancy, we notice also that some mothers have increasing blood pressure. It may be an effect to their previous diet high in fat aggravated by their unstable condition. Being pregnant makes our hormones like a confused entity and not functioning as normal as it should. This may also be a reason to the so called pica, or cravings. And our need for good fat makes us crave for healthy food, fish and seafoods; and hating greasy or fatty foods. I remember hating the smell or even the sight of fatty food. Being aware of the nutritional needs of my body probably makes me more sensitive to the positive and negative effects food have over me.

There are studies going on regarding seafoods still, and this one about it in connection to pregnancy and baby's development is something I am glad to hear. Researchers have observed that the intake of fish during pregnancy gives a significant effect on their baby's early crawling and speech. Another is fish's omega 3 fatty acid's positive effect in protecting in conditions such as depression, dementia and attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD). These are added incentive to just food health. And so I suggest, start eating healthy tuna...pregnant or not, it gives health benefits.

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