Fresh is Good

After jogging early in the morning, I chanced to pass by fresh fish at the seashore near Bibiana Mercado Elem School in Danao.

 

Men Encouraged to Eat Fish

 

Men who eat large amounts of fatty fish, such as salmon, herring, and mackerel, are two to three times less likely to develop prostate cancer than men who rarely eat fish, say researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The 30-year study of 6,272 men took into account risk factors such as smoking. The researchers concluded that “so-called omega-3 fatty acids [found particularly in oily fish] apparently impede the growth of prostate cancer.” The same fatty acids “also reduce the risk of heart attack,” says the report. Hence, experts advise people to eat fish “once or twice a week.”

 

See the freshness. P80.00 pesos per kilo.

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  • Elliott Buckler 8y

    Hi looks great. blogging this picture at www.marksdailyapple.com in a post about omega 3 fatt acids. thanks!

    Elliott
  • whologwhy 8y

    Thanks Elliot for posting my photo in Marks Daily Apple.Could you have made some links to my photos in that blog?
  • Elliott Buckler 7y

    This is a great photo! I have the perfect blog post to accompany it. I will forward our readers to this page. Check out your pic in action: www.marksdailyapple.com
  • whologwhy 7y

    Thanks vitaman for using my photo and giving the link.
  • The Natural Health Guy 7y

    Absolutely Fantastic photo.
    Those fish look so fresh and delicious.
    I used this photo on my website www.thenaturalhealthguy.com for an article about the health benefits of fish in our diet.

    Thanks heaps
  • whologwhy 7y

    Thanks natural health guy for the link to my account.
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