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Do you eat too much fish in your countries?

Our body cannot produce omega-3 fat acids,we have to take it from food.Fatty fishes inculude omega-3 fat acids and they are too important for our health.


At hearth dieases it decraeses LDL cholesterol(Bad cholesterol) and raises HDL cholesterol(good cholesterol).It strengthens immun system.


Omega-3 fat acids are neccessary for retina and brain development,especially it is too important at children’s mental development.


Because of these benefits,we should eat fish twice a week.3 sides of my country(Turkey)is surrounded by sea,so we have lots of fish but unfortunately we dont eat much fish


What about your countries? Do you have lots of fish? Do you eat much fish?

Jan 5, 2016 7:58 PM
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I eat a lot of tuna and salmon. I am trying to cut back though and diversify my diet because there is some concern that tuna and salmon fishing is not sustainable at current levels. 

 

Where I am from in the US, people eat a lot of white fish like cod, and local fish like trout and bluegills.

 

January 6, 2016

The sea surrounds whole the length of Vietnam, so we have lots of fish. I almost ate fish everyday when I live with my family. But now, I have to live in other province for my study, so I rarely have fish for my meals. I’ll try to eat lots of fish. Thank you!

January 6, 2016

Oh my... The last time that i ate fish was a long time ago.

January 6, 2016

Many people in the States like it and eat it regularly.

 

I myself have always hated it, and I will cross the street rather than pass a fish market.  I can not stand the taste of it, the horrible smell of it, and the look of it, with those eyeballs looking up at you.

 

Thank God I am a vegan now, so no need to even think about changing my mind.

 

I get plenty of Omegas from heavy usage of chia seeds and flax seed capsules.

January 6, 2016

Many people here in the States love it.

 

I have hated fish my entire life, the smell, look and taste of it sickens me.

 

Now that I am a vegan, I have no reason to change my mind about it.

January 6, 2016
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