According to a Danish study, regular fish consumption in women between 15 and 49 would decrease the risk of cardiovascular problems. 3 omegas would be the bulwark for heart problems.
Eating fish is good for women. In the long term for memory on the one hand. But also in the short term, according to a recent Danish study, published in theAmerican Heart Association. It analyzed fish consumption in 50.000 women aged 15 to 49 for eight years. The conclusion is fairly new: eating fish the risk of heart problems would be much lower. " Women who consume fish rarely or not at all have a rate of cardiovascular problems greater than 50% over eight years compared to those who consume regularly Write the authors of the study.
Benefits in the short term
But for them " the biggest difficulty in getting such public health messages to the youngest populations is that in general we do not perceive the benefits (promoted attitudes) before 30 or 40 years, but our study proves precisely that this is not the case And that benefits can be expected in the near future, says one of the authors of the study.
À how often do women have to eat fish? " To enjoy the benefits of consuming fish or fish oil, follow the dietary recommendations that recommend eating fish as a main course at least twice a week. ».
What fish are the most saving in the sense of this study? It would be cod, salmon, herring or mackerel, that is to say fish rich in omega 3. This polysaturated fatty acid would be what protects against heart or vascular problems, according to the researchers.
Yet another number. According to the study, women who don't eat fish have a 90% higher risk of heart problems than women who eat fish at least once a week.