Small Fish a New Superfood?
By angelamontana

Posted: June 27, 2024
Move over avocados and kale – small fish might be the new superfood! A recent study from Japan shows that eating small fish whole, including the head and bones, can lower your risk of cancer and other deadly diseases. According to an article by Matthew Wilson via Wide Open Spaces, the research followed over 80,000 people for nine years and found that even eating small fish once to three times a month reduced mortality rates.

Packed with omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins A and D, and calcium, small fish offer significant health benefits, especially for women. Despite some study limitations, the results highlight the potential of these nutrient-dense foods to boost your health. So, consider adding sardines or anchovies to your diet for a nutritious twist!

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