Why is it worth eating fish and seafood?


Nutritionists and doctors have no doubts: people who eat a lot of fish and seafood, rarely suffer from cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis, allergies and cancer. How important the role of fish in our diet may be proved by the fact that it is given to children at the end of the first year of life, if the child is not allergic. The statistical Japanese eats 65 kg of fish a year, the Norwegian - 46 kg, while we only ca. 13 kg. Time to change it.
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Why is it worth eating fish and seafood?


The advantage of fish is that they are low in calories (provided that they are not prepared in a batter). Fresh, even fat ones, provide less energy than meat: 100 g of cod is 70 kcal, flounder - 84 kcal, halibut - 99 kcal, salted herring - 219 kcal, and ham - up to 340 kcal. They provide a wholesome protein (it matches the composition of protein in meat and is more easily digested from it), phosphorus, magnesium, iron and potassium.
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Why is it worth eating fish and seafood?


The greatest treasure of fish are polyunsaturated fatty acids from the omega-3 family, which is not without reason called the essential unsaturated fatty acids (EFA). The problem is that the human body can not create them, that's why we have to provide them regularly with food. We need about 2 grams of omega-3 per day. To meet this demand, we should eat twice a week a portion of fish, for example, 150 g of salmon or 50 - 75 g of herring. Most omega-3 fatty acids are provided by greasy sea fish: halibut, salmon, mackerel, sardine, sprat, herring. It's worth eating all the fish, but the sea contains more fat, which makes them so valuable.
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Which fish to choose, five things to know:
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Buy fish in the fresh. You are guaranteed that the product has not undergone any production processes that could change its natural taste and health.
Which fish to choose, five things to know:
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If you can not, buy fresh fish then look for frozen fish at sea by factory vessels, directly after catch or individually frozen fish. Avoid double freezing fish (information should be on the label).
Which fish to choose, five things to know:
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Choose wild fish instead of breeding fish, you can be sure that they were not fed with antibiotics or other chemicals.
Which fish to choose, five things to know:
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Smaller fish are more secure in terms of the presence of heavy metals, the younger the fish is, the exposure to environmental pollution is shorter.
Which fish to choose, five things to know:
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Avoid ready-made frozen fish dishes usually contain a lot of chemistry and their taste differs from the desired one.
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Unia Europejska - Europejski Fundusz Rybacki

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Firma Baltic United Andrzej Trylski Sp.K. korzysta z pomocy środków Europejskiego Funduszu Rybackiego w ramach Programu Operacyjnego „Zrównoważony rozwój sektora rybołówstwa i nadbrzeżnych obszarów rybackich 2007-2013”.

Do tej pory udało nam się zrealizować trzy projekty:
Operacja współfinansowana przez Unię Europejską ze środków finansowych Europejskiego Funduszu Rybackiego zapewniająca inwestycje w zrównoważone rybołówstwo, realizowana w ramach środka 2.5
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„Inwestycje w zakresie przetwórstwa i obrotu", objętego osią priorytetową 2 „Akwakultura, rybołówstwo śródlądowe, przetwórstwo i obrót produktami rybołówstwa i akwakultury”

2012: Tytuł projektu „Uruchomienie zakładu przetwórstwa ryb Baltic United Andrzej Trylski Spółka Komandytowa”

2014: Tytuł projektu „Zakup maszyn i urządzeń dla zakładu produkcyjnego Baltic United Andrzej Trylski Spółka Komandytowa”

2014: Tytuł projektu „Dalszy wzrost konkurencyjności Baltic United Andrzej Trylski Spółka Komandytowa”
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