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Understanding the Health Benefits of Sushi

Sushi lovers agree that sushi is delicious food. The combination of rice, seafood, and vegetables make the concoction even more enjoyable since the combination of foods satisfies almost every food group. Decent taste is the only reason why sushi is good to eat. Another reason for eating sushi for sushi are also healthier options when consumed in the right way.

The ann arbor Sushi is a healthy option due to the manner in which it is prepared. Because components of sushi is raw, no fat additives. Because no fat or agents added to sushi during preparation, sushi also retains more of the healthy components instead of cooked out. 

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In addition, raw fish in sushi also contain high amounts of omega 3 fatty acids that are responsible for the fight against heart disease and lower cholesterol. HDL cholesterol, also known as high-density lipoprotein, is healthy cholesterol. When the raised HDL, LDL cholesterol or low-density lipoprotein lowered. LDL is the unhealthy cholesterol that contributes to atherosclerosis and clogged arteries.

Omega 3 fatty acids also increase circulation. Circulation may seem insignificant, but circulation is an important part of diabetes. Although there are several studies that corroborate this evidence, doctors still theorize that the omega 3 fatty acids in sushi benefits who suffer from diabetes patients with poor circulation.