Of course, you can say that I explored the world far and wide, and you very difficult to surprise… But today we are ready to amaze you! Even if you are a big animal lover. you cannot know everything 1 367 555 species of vertebrates that live on our planet! In addition, while you are reading this, scientists are able to open a couple of new species! So, get ready for unexpected surprises!
Let’s look at the most unusual animals of the world, the existence of which you had no idea! Look at them closely. You may want to have one as a pet!
Red-lipped fish — swallow
This unusual fish. living at the Galapagos Islands, is actually a lousy swimmer! The fish has legs instead of fins and so she walks on the ocean floor!
Shark — house
This is a very rare shark is sometimes called a living fossil. It is the only extant representative of the family Scapanorhynchus, whose history goes back 125 million years. Sharks – goblins inhabit around the world at depths exceeding 100 m . Moreover, adults prefer to settle deeper than young. Given such a depth habitat of this strange shark frightening appearance, it can be concluded that for humans it is not dangerous. Continue reading
Given the drastic imbalance of the modern diet towards omega-6 fats and deficient in omega-3, our main objective will be as follows: the reduction of arachidonic acid (omega-6) and the saturation of the body alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3) and its derivatives, i.e. eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic fatty acids. In order to supply the body with omega-3 fats, you need to determine which products they are contained.
The best source of omega-3 fat is primarily fatty ocean fish. The oily fish – fish that live in cold waters, so omega-3 fatty acids it most.
Besides dokozagexaenova and eicosapentaenoic fatty acids contained in fish fat already in finished form, and not in the form of alpha-linolenic acid. Thus, they do not have to compete with omega-6 fats for enzymes. Therefore, eating oily fish, we are creating favorable conditions in the body to produce “good” eicosanoids over a short path.
Fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids: mackerel (mackerel), herring, salmon, tuna, trout, sardines, halibut, cod, salmon, herring, salmon, hake, flatfish, sprats, mullet, sea bass, sturgeon, squid, anchovies, eel, etc.
Also omega-3 girasolereale – fish ROE, cod liver, shrimp, oysters, marine clams, squid, etc.
It is important to remember that omega-3 fats are present in seaweed. Continue reading