salmon_fishSalmon is a popular oily fish species belonging to the family of Salmonidae. Salmon originated from the Pacific Ocean and North Atlantic ocean before migrating to other regions like Patagonia in South America and the Great Lakes of North America. Salmon are anadromous in nature being that they migrate to rivers from the sea to deposit their eggs. Their young ones are reproduced in fresh water where they spend few times before migrating to the deep ocean to live. Most popular species of salmon include; genus Salmo, Oncorhynchus and they usually feed on crustaceans, insects and fishes. Salmon has a characteristic red to orange flesh colour with a white-black skin colour.


Health Benefits of Salmon Fish
-Salmon is a versatile healthy fish, which is an excellent source of vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids and protein.
-Regular consumption of salmon helps to protect the eyes from macular deterioration, which can lead to loss of sight.
-Salmon is an excellent source of fatty acids EPA, DHA and omega-3 fatty acid, which suggests why eating salmon fish is highly beneficial for our cardiovascular health. Salmon helps to prevent blood clotting as well as relaxes the arteries. -It is noteworthy that constant consumption of salmon fish helps to prevent stroke, heart attack and high blood pressure.
-The presence of omega-3 fatty acid in salmon fish reduces the inflammation of the arteries.
-Omega-3 fatty acid in salmon helps in the growth of vital bacteria in the colon as well as minimizes the onset of prostate and colon cancers.
-It is highly recommended for pregnant women to regularly eat salmon fish as the high content of omega-3 fatty acid and DHA helps in the early development of the child's brain.



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