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Benefits of eating Spinned Loach(Ayirai Meen) Fish

We can find Spinned Loach fish only in the freshwater like canals and fields and streams. Particularly we can see this fish mainly in the two months before the paddy harvest. Only in those months, Spinned loach fish will come on sale in the markets. Like meat, this fish contains a lot of nutrients.

In fact, fish contain more nutrients than meat. We could get a lot of nutrients from this fish. These fish are especially good for babies. Because it is easily digested. Although fish can be eaten in the form of dry fish, its benefits can be reaped. Well, now let's see the benefits of eating ayirai fish.

Fish are high in protein, rich in vitamins and minerals. It is also low in saturated fats and high in unsaturated fats. In addition, it contains omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

Like saturated fats, cannot clog blood vessels. High levels of unsaturated fats in this fish, make them easily digested and impede blood flow. If you have a high blood pressure problem, add this fish to your diet often. Thus blood pressure can be maintained evenly.

Some nutritionists claim that meat increases hormone levels. This means that eating meat may increase the risk of developing hormonal disorders such as diabetes. But eating spined loach fish is said to reduce the risk of diabetes.

Free radicals are a major cause of cancer. However, some types of cancer cells also develop through the action of hormones. Breast cancer is cancer that is caused by hormonal activity. But if you eat this fish, you can reduce the risk of breast cancer.

One of the benefits of spined fish is maintaining heart health. The fatty acids in these small fish help maintain healthy blood flow, prevent blood clots, and keep the heart-healthy.

Macular degeneration usually affects people over the age of 50 and causes visual impairment. But by adding this fish to the diet frequently, adequate vitamins in it can improve the health of the eyes and prevent macular degeneration.

Vitamins and Minerals in this Freshwater Fish Can Prevent Visual Impairment. Also prevents evening blindness and some chronic eye diseases.

Vitamin E in this Fish, Improves skin health. So if you want your skin to be healthy and beautiful without skin problems, add this fish oil to your diet often.

If you want to have a better memory, eat spined loach fish. This is because the omega-3 and phosphorus in it help in the development of the brain. So if your child wants to be smart, give them this fish.

This fish contains not only phosphorus but also calcium needed to strengthen bones. So give this fish often to growing children. Thus their bone grows and becomes stronger.

The amino acids in ayirai fish strengthen the immune system and protect the body from the effects of the disease.

If you want to prevent malnutrition in pregnant women and children, give spined loach fish. The complex nutrients in it will improve and protect the health of pregnant women and children.

Protein is essential for repairing damaged tissue in the body. Although such nutrients are found in foods such as milk and eggs, ayirai fish are rich in nutrients. So eat ayirai fish often to repair the damaged tissues in the body faster.

Note # 1 Doctors and nutritionists say that no matter how healthy the fish is, it should not be consumed more than 3 times a week.

Note # 2 Fresh fish can be cooked and eaten anyway. But before cooking the dry fish, it should be lightly fried first. After frying, soak the fish in hot water for 30 minutes and strain the water. Then rinse the fish again with clean water.

Note # 3 Finally cook and eat as you like. But if the fish is overheated and boiled, the nutrients in it will run out.

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