1. Lean protein source
Protein is considered the building block of nutrition. With its low-fat content and high protein, cod is the perfect fish to add to your diet. Imagine dining on a flaky, tender cod filet while nourishing your body at the same time.
2. Heart healthy
Cod is an extremely heart-healthy food choice. Packed with omega-3 fatty acids, this fish can contribute to reducing your risk of cardiovascular issues. Omega-3s are known to lower triglyceride levels and support healthy blood pressure.
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3. Cognitive support
These same omega-3s also contribute to healthy cognitive function and reduce your risk of decline. In other words, cod could be an essential part of your diet to maintain sharp brain functions well into your golden years.
4. Weight management
One of the key components of a healthy diet is protein, but some of it contains large amounts of fat, which increases the calories. Cod, on the other hand, is a very lean source of protein, weighing in at only 90 calories (for four ounces). It also has zero carbohydrates for those keto or low-carb eaters keeping track of their carb intake.
5. Vitamin packed
The star of the vitamins found in cod is B-12. People actually take injections to increase this vitamin in their bodies because it’s so well-known as an amazing source of energy. Eating cod will also give you a healthy dose of it. This vitamin supports nerve function and aids in the production of red blood cells. This is where the energy burst comes from. But it’s also a good source of vitamin C, D, iron, and potassium, among others.
The omega-3 fatty acids found in cod are also great mood enhancers. Research suggests that these powerhouses may contribute to reducing the symptoms of depression and anxiety naturally.
7. Skin and hair health
Those omega-3s just keep giving. The content found in cod can help improve skin health by maintaining hydration and reducing inflammation. It also contains a healthy dose of vitamin B, which helps with both skin and hair health. Additionally, the mineral selenium found in the fish helps kill off the free radicals that cause hair loss.
Is cod high in mercury?
Mercury is a common element found in nature and is passed along to the fish through the water they occupy. It can be harmful to humans if consumed in large quantities. However, not all fish contain dangerous amounts of it. Contrary to certain misconceptions, cod ranks among the lowest mercury seafoods available. This means it can be eaten often in your meal rotations.
Is cod healthy?
Absolutely! Cod’s nutritional profile fits into a health-conscious lifestyle perfectly. It offers a wide range of health benefits that will contribute generously to your well-being.
Is cod liver oil good for you?
Cod liver oil is derived from cod and it’s a great source of vitamins A and D, and (of course) omega-3 fatty acids. This makes it a wonderful source of nutrition that helps with all the things we’ve covered here as well as preventing blood clots and reducing the symptoms of arthritis.
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AQUA in Las Vegas isn’t just a place to dine. It’s an experience that combines sophisticated taste with an elegant atmosphere. We are committed to providing our patrons with the most delicious seafood, and by choosing cod, you’re indulging in a healthy and exquisite dish.
From lean protein to heart health and beyond, cod adds a multitude of health benefits to your plate. Come dine with us at AQUA and see what all the fuss is about.
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