- Jul 03, 2018 -
Sardines, called sardines in Hong Kong, also called fish, Wen and 鰯 advantage. The small one is two inches long, the big one is about two inches long, the lower jaw is a little longer than the upper one, the teeth are not obvious, the back of the stomach is white, the flesh is beautiful, it is used to make canned food. Originally captured in Sardinia, Italy, it was named after what the ancient greeks called "sardonios," meaning "from the island of Sardinia."
Sardines are surprisingly nutritious. A can of sardines is like a nutrient-rich power plant, rich in phospholipids, omega-3 fatty acids, protein and calcium. Saltwater fish have special components that protect cardiovascular health - phospholipids or omega-3 fatty acids. According to the American association of cardiovascular content, this special fatty acid can reduce triglycerides (thrombosis caused by harmful fatty acid), and gradually reduce blood pressure and reducing the speed of atherosclerosis of magical effect. Pregnant women should eat more fish, such as sardines, during pregnancy because sardines are high in phospholipids. Meanwhile, the phospholipids in sardines can promote the development of fetal brain. In addition to phospholipids, sardines are also high in calcium, especially in fish bones. The fish bones of canned sardines are soft and safe to eat. Our bodies need enough minerals, and sardines are suitable for people of all ages because of their high calcium content. If our daily calcium intake is insufficient, chronic calcium deficiency can lead to bone fragility and eventually osteoporosis. For those who crave sardines and hate the fishy smell, calcium oxide can be absorbed by boiled sardines. Canned sardines can be used in a variety of ways, and can be made into sandwiches.
Consumption of efficacy
1. Dilute the blood.
Help dilate blood vessels.
3. Prevent the formation of potentially fatal hemagglutination.
Prevent high blood pressure and increased fat.
5. Protect your heart from abnormal beating.