Fish in the bowl!

By eating thirty deca fish a week, we can do a lot for ourselves and for our developing fetus. The fish contains valuable yeast and long-lasting, unsaturated (omega 3) fatty acids.

Judeus plays an important role in the development of the fetal thyroid gland and brain. According to Danish experts, the risk of premature birth is reduced if a mother eats fish at least once a week. Fetal brains and vision may develop better due to long-term unsaturated fatty acids, and even babies who have had their mothers' abundant access to these beneficial ingredients have also fallen asleep. Like breast milk, nutritional supplements nowadays contain such fatty acids. Mainly herring, salmon, mackerel are stored in larger quantities in the flesh. Although these fish are more caloric, they are healthy. They retain their beneficial ingredients not only freshly, but also in canned food. These fatty acids do not fatten, protect against heart attack, prevent the aging of the walls and thicken them. Vegetarians can replace fish with rapeseed oil.