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Salmon can be considered a tasty, nutritious fish. Salmon can be cooked in many different ways from salmon to salmon steak patties, stuffed salmon or smoked. But another advantage that salmon provides is that it helps fight cholesterol. This article will explain just how upstream fish can push cholesterol downstream.
Good and bad cholesterol
Cholesterol is a substance found both naturally inside the body and in the food you eat. Cholesterol’s role is to help cells stay liquid and allow molecules to pass through them more freely. There are two main types of cholesterol: the “good” cholesterol called HDL, and the “bad” LDL. LDL is considered bad because it likes to bind to your arteries and form plaque. Too much buildup can lead to heart attacks.
That is why it is important to not only reduce the amount of LDL in your diet, but to also add nutrients that will help to reduce the existing amount. These nutrients are found in salmon.
Salmon and Omega-3
It has long been recommended that eating fish should be part of a healthy diet. Salmon is no exception. Salmon is high in protein, low fat, low salt, and may add important nutrients like potassium and calcium to your diet. The biggest advantage salmon provide are high concentrations of Omega-3 fatty acids.
These Omega-3 acids, docosahexaenoic (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) is known to reduce blood pressure and improves circulation. Increased circulation means bringing more HDL to blood vessels, thus pushing away LDL cholesterol more effectively. Omega-3 also reduce triglycerides, causing a narrowing of the arteries.
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