Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Gbex says:--They don't call fish brain food for nothing. Though some fish have more fat than others, the best type of fat is called Omega 3 fats. These fats are good fats and they protect the nervous system and provides Vitamin D and proteins.
Sushi can also lower your overall cholesterol. The Food and Drug Administration recommends that you allow 2 servings of fish a day. The Omega-3 fats also help prevent mental illness and can help in keeping your blood sugar levels at a healthy range. The benefits of Sushi can also include helping with depression, helping boost the immune system and it can help include the fat necessary to your diet.
Sushi is also great for your heart. Why not eat a food that can improve your overall well being, help improve your mental state and keep your heart healthy. Sushi taste great and is very healthy for you. How can it get better than that? In the past 10 years sushi restaurants have been popping up all over the place so you have no excuse as to why you haven't tried it and improve your health at the same time.