Heart Disease Prevention

Fatty fish are a crucial food for maintaining heart health because they are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. These acids are essential oils that help reducing the risk of inflammation in our body, which can lead to damage to blood vessels, potentially causing cardiovascular problems or even heart attacks. 

Thus, Omega-3 fatty acids keep the heart healthy by slightly reducing blood pressure, lowering blood triglyceride levels, and reducing the risk of irregular heartbeats.

It is recommended to consume a minimum of two servings of fish per week to reduce the risk of heart disease. 

Tinned fish consumption is as beneficial as fresh, as all its properties are preserved in the conservation process. Ideally, for this purpose, fatty fish rich in Omega-3 are recommended.

We recommend consuming our Smoked Salmon, Sardines in Olive Oil, Grilled Cod, Mackerel Fillets, or Smoked Trout.