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Which fish do you choose to paint? We are curious about the result, have fun! Fish is classified according to different aspects. This creates confusion from time to time. In the kitchen, for example, fish are distinguished according to their origin (freshwater and saltwater fish) or fish shape (round and flatfish).
More and more people are eating a healthy and balanced diet to stay fit and active into old age. Fish, fish products, and seafood play a crucial role in this. After all, the “delicacies of the seas” have a high content of essential nutrients that are indispensable for a light yet vitamin-rich diet.
It is no exaggeration to speak of fish as a pure fountain of health, as numerous health experts confirm. Fish provides a lot of easily digestible protein, whose building blocks consist of amino acids. Fish is the only foodstuff that contains the entire spectrum of essential, i.e., vital amino acids that the body cannot produce itself. Among them, the dietary protein building blocks tryptophan and tyrosine play a special role. Furthermore, fish contains vitamins A and D. Vitamin-D deficiency promotes bone decalcification, reduces mobility, and leads to pain in the musculoskeletal system. The German Society for Nutrition (DGE) recommends eating vitamin D-rich sea fish several times a week. These include herring, mackerel, salmon, plaice, redfish, and tuna. Fish also offers a wide range of B vitamins, especially B1, B2, B6, B12, niacin, pantothenic acid, and biotin. Insufficient intake leads to a deterioration of blood values.
Overall, the amount of vitamins in fish is so high that just one portion of sea fish covers the daily requirements of a person. Also, fish supply the body with essential minerals such as potassium, iron, and selenium. The high iodine content of sea fish is of particular importance. Iodine is a vital building block for building up hormones in the thyroid gland, which controls essential bodily functions. If it is missing, the thyroid produces too few hormones. The consequences are functional disorders and diseases of the thyroid gland. The most iodine is found in mullet, haddock, ling, pollack, plaice, cod, catfish, redfish and mackerel.