Are you prone to thrombosis? Eat this once a week

Are you prone to thrombosis? Eat this once a week
Are you prone to thrombosis? Eat this once a week

The doctors Sergey Agapkin and Mikhail Ginzburg on the air of the TV channel Russia 1 advised people to consume more fish. According to them, it has been proven that fish can reduce the risk of blood clots and prolong our lives.

Ginsburg recalled that fish contains omega-3 fatty acids, which help reduce inflammation in the body. At the same time, sea fish contains more Omega-3 than river fish, as well as vitamin D.

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“There are studies that prove that if a person eats sea fish at least twice a week, it cuts the risk of a heart attack in half,” said Agapkin.

River fish (such as carp and perch) are high in B vitamins and folic acid. In addition, these fish are rich in vitamins responsible for regulating cholesterol and reducing the risk of thrombosis.

“There are studies that show that eating fish two to three times a week helps us live up to five years longer, and eating meat with the same frequency, on the contrary, reduces the likely life expectancy by the same amount,” said Ginsburg, emphasizing , that fish is rich in vitamin E, which has a rejuvenating effect.

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