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The benefits of fish skin are just as important as their meat

Taofiki Saidu

July. 13, 2020

"Healthline" confirmed. The skin of fish has many benefits no less important than its meat, and has historically been safely eaten as a snack, in different countries and cultures.
The site, citing the FDA, stated that the skin of the fish also contains multiple nutrients, namely, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, vitamin E, iodine, selenium, and taurine.
Protein helps boost immunity and build tissues in the human body, such as muscles. It also helps reduce the risks of disorders such as stunted growth and low levels of iron.
As for omega-3s, it helps to improve health, protect the heart, and reduce the risk of brain disease.
Collagen and Vitamin E in fish skin help improve skin health, hydration and improve the signs of aging.
Vitamin E also supports skin health and protects it from the harmful effects of the sun, and improve the symptoms of some skin diseases such as eczema.
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