1. Seafood is Filled With Nutrients. If there is one big thing to remember with seafood is that it isn’t just low in the bad stuff, but it is filled with the good stuff. Seafood is packed with nutrients, including, vitamin B, B-complex vitamins, and vitamin A. Some fish, like tuna, are even filled with vitamin D, which is great for the bones and the immune system.
2. Seafood Can Boost Your Brain. Let’s be honest, we could all benefit from a little extra brainpower. The good news is, the omega-3s in seafood can do just that. They help with brain growth in infants and children, can boost cognitive function in aging women, and can help lower the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. That’s pretty powerful stuff.
3. Seafood is Good for Your Heart. Heart health is so important for both men and women of all ages. Seafood is high in protein and low in saturated fat, not to mention filled with that omega 3s that can help with heart health and reduce the risk of cardiovascular events.
4. Seafood Eases Joint Pain. If you are worried about early aching and stiffness in your joints, start adding seafood to your diet, research has found it can reduce joint stiffness and help ease the symptoms of arthritis.
5. Seafood Can Help You Maintain Your Eyesight. It is all about those Omega 3 fatty acids again when it comes to seafood and eyesight as eating seafood regularly can help your vision and prevent vision decline. Another fun fact is that fish and shellfish can also boost your night vision.
6. Seafood Can Give You Better Skin- Who doesn’t love nourished, moisturized, youthful-looking skin? The omega-3 and fatty acids in seafood can help moisturize the skin, reduce acne and protect the skin from UV rays… although if you are spending the afternoon at Pool House, we still recommend some sunscreen.
7. Seafood Can Help Fight Against Depression. New research on omega 3s fatty acids (as found in seafood) and depression have found that eating seafood can not only reduce the risk of depression, but can help treat depression as well, and give you a more positive outlook on life.
Source: Pool House