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The benefits of pasta fish

 The benefits of pasta fish

 There is no information on the benefits associated with pasta, but fish in general has many health benefits due to its content of some nutrients, such as; High-quality protein, in addition to essential amino and fatty acids that are not available in other protein sources, and therefore it is recommended to eat fish as a source of protein in the diet, as fish contains a high amount of unsaturated fatty acids, and a small amount of saturated fatty acids, and it should be noted To a diet that contains fish and fish products contributes to maintaining a healthy heart, and the normal growth of children. 0 seconds of 0 secondsVolume 0%

Fish is also a rich source of micronutrients, such as; Omega-3 fatty acids, one of the types of unsaturated fatty acids, that reduce inflammation associated with the risk of heart disease, blood vessels, and stroke, and therefore eating two meals of fish rich in this fatty acid during the week, reduces the risk of cardiac arrest that occurs in a way. Surprisingly, it should be noted that omega-3 is available in many seafood, but in smaller quantities than those found in fish, and fish also contains vitamin D, as large amounts of it are stored in the liver, fatty tissues, including those available in muscles, and from the elements which fish also contains; Iron, zinc, iodine, magnesium, potassium, calcium, phosphorous, and vitamin B2.

pasta fish side effects

Noodles safety grade

There is not enough information about the safety of pasta and the mercury content of this fish, but it was found that its content reached 1.43 using the Metal pollution indices; Which refers to a mercury content of less than 1 in foods, and this result in pasta fish is considered safe for human consumption, according to a laboratory study published in The Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Research in 2015.

Precautions of eating pasta fish Those who suffer from fish allergy should beware of eating pasta, as this allergy may occur from types of fish without other types, and the symptoms of fish allergy are similar to the symptoms of other types of food allergy, where these symptoms begin to appear one hour after eating fish Among these symptoms are; Difficulty breathing, nasal congestion, itching in all parts of the body, headache, abdominal pain, indigestion, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, bloating, and in severe cases, some may suffer from this allergy if fish is inhaled when cooked, or after contact Surfaces and equipment that were used for cooking, or just coming into contact with fish or their residues, which may cause contact dermatitis. The best way to reduce symptoms of fish allergy is to avoid the triggers that cause symptoms of this allergy by consulting a doctor; As it helps to identify the types of fish whose consumption causes this allergy to appear, to avoid them, and to eat other types instead, after requesting a full medical examination to diagnose the condition.

Recommended amounts of fish

 Experts recommend eating fish that contain low amounts of mercury regularly during a healthy diet, at a rate of two to three times a week for adults, and once to twice a week for children. It smells like the smell of the sea or very salty, and it is recommended to eat it within two days of buying it due to the speed of spoilage of seafood compared to meat, in addition to cooking it well until its internal temperature reaches about 63 degrees Celsius, or until it becomes easy to peel with a fork.

Macaroni fish overview

 Macaroni fish (scientific name: Saurida undosquamis), or what is commonly referred to as the so-called Brushtooth lizardfish, belongs to the family of stingrays or lizard fish (scientific name:

Synodontidae), and the fish of this family is spread in the regions of the Indo-Pacific Ocean, as it is available in warm waters, and is the most commercially important in the areas of the Gulf of Suez, and there are 4 types of them, namely; Macaroni fish is the most abundant and is found in abundance in the northern part of the Gulf of Suez, the so-called Trachinocephalus myops, the Synodus variegates, and the so-called Synodus indicus.

 Macaroni fish is caught at a depth of 20 to 70 meters from sea level, and is also found in shallow areas, or sandy areas, and it is worth noting that the length of these fish may reach a maximum of 50 centimeters, while most of them usually range between 15 to 35 centimeters, This fish has a semi-cylindrical and elongated shape, and has a large mouth, in addition to many small teeth that appear on the sides of the jaws when the mouth is closed, and the color of its body is light brown, and the color of its fins on the sides is silvery white, while the fins on the chest are short Long, dark color