Want to be Healthier and Lose Weight? Skip the Lean Meat and Go Lean Fish and Crustaceans

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The body requires the ideal amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats in order to function optimally.

However, a more apt description will be the use of the correct types of food sources that provide the healthier versions of these nutrients. And when it comes to lean protein and healthier fat options, a slice of succulent king salmon is a lot better than a rib eye steak.

Whether you are a fitness buff or simply a person who values good food and healthy eating, seafood is simply your best choice.

Studies have shown that seafood such as tuna, salmon, herring, and mackerel are excellent sources of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats. These types of fats are considered generally healthy because they help improve your cholesterol profile which is beneficial in the prevention of fatty plaque deposits inside blood vessels. These blood vessels, when clogged, can lead to a variety of cardiovascular problems especially coronary artery disease and myocardial infarction. It has been shown that 85 grams of king salmon has about 5.5 grams of these types of healthy fats. Beef sirloin, on the other hand, has been shown to have only about 4 grams of mono- and poly- unsaturated fats for the same serving size of 85 grams.

When it comes to protein, the meat coming from a Dungeness crab has been shown to provide 19 grams of protein for every 3 ounces of crabmeat. It is also rich in niacin, riboflavin, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus. Dungeness as well as King crab are also rich in Vitamin B12, copper, selenium, and zinc. These nutrients are essential in maintaining the integrity of the cell as well as optimize the overall functioning of the different tissues of the body.

Among fitness buffs, including the meat of crustaceans in their salad greens is one way of optimizing their bodybuilding efforts. The proteins in seafood as well as the healthy fats that they contain are beneficial in keeping a healthier muscle tone and improving the fat utilization of the body. That is why many fitness and weight loss experts recommend including lean fish such as those from king salmon and tuna in the weight loss and muscle building regimen of individuals.

Studies have shown that lean fish provide a much faster weight loss effect compared to lean meats. Including lean fish in your diet at least five times a week can result in weight loss of up to 1.7 kilograms in 2 months. Additionally, total fat mass and waist circumference were also significantly reduced better than do lean meats.

So, the next time you talk about healthy eating, include lean fish and crustaceans in your diet.

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