The first thing you should know about fish is that they’re not meat.
Fish is a food, and it’s the reason we eat it.
They’re also the only animal that has two digestive systems.
If you’re like most people, your gut flora doesn’t get out of sync with your metabolism.
But because of that, it’s easy to get caught up in the idea that fish is a good thing.
“The idea that there’s a way to eat fish that’s good for your health is not only untrue but also harmful,” says Dr. James E. Hahn, a professor of medicine at Yale University.
“It’s a myth that fish contains mercury, or that fish are bad for your kidneys or your liver.
The truth is that fish contain very little mercury.”
Fish isn’t just meat, either.
It’s a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and trace elements.
“Fish is really a source of good fats and a rich protein, but also it has a variety of micronutrients, vitamins, and minerals that are essential for normal metabolism and health,” says Professor Hahn.
If that’s the case, fish is also rich in antioxidants and essential fatty acids that protect your cells from free radicals, which damage DNA and cause diseases like cancer.
“This is an important distinction,” he adds.
“Antioxidants are things that have antioxidant activity, and they protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals.”
That’s why it’s important to get the right nutrients for your fish.
Some fish is really good for health.
You can buy fresh fish that tastes good and looks good.
You’ll probably want to get a few pieces of fish that are cooked or cooked in a pan with a bit of olive oil.
“There are a lot of things in fish that you don’t see in fish,” says Hahn (and his wife, Dr. Amy).
“There’s fatty acids, there’s omega-3 fatty acids in fish, there are micronuts in fish.
They all are really important.
It is a very good source of essential fatty acid.”
The key to getting the right fish is choosing a good variety.
If your diet is low in fish you might want to look for a smaller fish or maybe a fish that is a little higher in omega-6 fatty acids.
If this is the case you might be better off looking for a fish like tuna, which is much smaller and has more omega-7 fatty acids and also a good percentage of fish proteins.
Fish also has some nutrients that you won’t see on your plate.
It has vitamins, like vitamin B12, which are needed for the nervous system.
The B12 is also needed for healthy nerve cells, says Dr Hahn because it helps to prevent nerve damage in stroke patients.
The other thing fish has in common with meat is its low fat content.
“A lot of the fat in fish is not a good source,” says Eller.
“But if you look at fish that has a lot more fat, it is a rich fat source.”
The fats in fish also have the ability to protect your skin.
“If you get a lot [of omega-5] fats in a fish, then it’s very protective against oxidation and skin damage,” says James Eller, a certified dietitian.
“So, when you get the wrong fish, you might have some damage in your skin.”
The best fish to eat is the white, yellow, and red varieties.
“Red fish, if you are looking for something that’s rich in omega fatty acids,” says Kallistos Kavrias, a health educator at the University of Michigan.
“They are the only kind that is very high in omega 6 fatty acids.”
You’ll also find plenty of fish on sale in restaurants and grocery stores, but the foods themselves can have some drawbacks.
They can be a little expensive, which makes it difficult to make healthy choices.
If it’s a popular fish dish, it might be tempting to eat more of it than you should.
“Most people eat a lot,” says Gertz.
“We’ve all heard of the people who go out for dinner and then they have a few more appetizers, and that’s fine.
But the amount of calories in the meal can be very important.
And if you’re eating a lot, you’re also going to eat a little bit of saturated fat, which can have a negative impact on your cholesterol levels.”
And if your fish isn’t a fish you want to eat, you can’t blame it on the lack of good options.
“You can go to any restaurant and buy a lot for a good price,” says Jens Ludwig, a nutritionist and author of Eat to Live: The 5-Minute Diet for a Healthier Life.
“For most people it’s OK to eat what they want to.”