Things You Should Know About Being a Pescatarian


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Do you know someone who is a Pescatarian? If you do not know what it is. This article will help you understand what a Pescatarian is and its incredible benefits to one’s health.

A person who does not eat meat except fish and seafood is a Pescatarian. Plus, this type of person focuses on eating vegetables.

According to Kerri-Ann Jennings, “the term Pescatarian (also known as Pescetarian) was coined in the early 1990s and is a combination of the Italian word for fish, pesce and the word vegetarian“.

Moreover, the scientific literature often called it as “pesco-vegetarian”. Simply people who’s vegetarian but opt to add some fish and seafood in their diet.

Interestingly, some people prefer to eat vegetables and fish because of its helpful benefits.

Benefits of being a Pescatarian to One’s Health

  • Lowers risk of having chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease
  • Maintains healthy weight
  • Protects people against cancer
  • Improves metabolism
  • Good source of complete proteins

“By eating fish and seafood like salmon, shrimp, and tuna as part of a pescatarian diet, you’re getting a great dose of healthy omega-3 fats to lower inflammation and counterbalance the omega-6 fats that you may be getting from other foods in your diet,” Isadora Baum said.

A study revealed that people who ate more fish and vegetables obtain 22% lower risk of dying from heart diseases than meat-eaters.

This type of diet is more flexible and provides more nutrients relative to a vegetarian diet. Even more, it a heart-friendly meal plan that makes your body and heart healthy.

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