Marina Zaverukha (@marselio_mz)

Illustration with octopus and algae

La Gazzetta Del Videogame (@g_videogame)

Plin Plin - Il pesciolino
Read the article there :
https://lagazzettadelvideogame.wordpress.com/2018/02/18/plin-plin-il-pesciolino/
#contest #fish #characterdesign #platform #videogames #ps4 #cover #playstation4 #play #drawing #digitalart #digitalpainting #creativity #creative #creatveart

Nutraholics by Marisa, NLC MPR (@nutraholics)

Studies suggest omega-3 fatty acids may play a role in preventing and managing depression.
http://www.anaturalhealingcenter.com/documents/Thorne/articles/omega3_depression8-4.pdf

The best forms of omega-3 are EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) y DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), naturally found in oily fish (i.e. salmon, sardines, mackerel, trout, herring and tuna), shellfish and marine algae.

It is good to know that ALA (alpha linolenic acid), found in plant sources (i.e. walnuts, flaxseeds and chia seeds), although it is an omega-3 fatty acid, it has to be converted to EPA and DHA for our bodies to be able to utilize it. Unfortunately the conversion of ALA to EPA and DHA is extremely low (approximately 6% for EPA and 3.8% for DHA).
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9637947

Does this mean we should only eat marine sources of omega-3? Not at all. Plant sources of omega-3 can be part of a healthy diet in addition to eating 2 servings of oily fish per week, as recommended by the American Heart Association (AHA). Because omega-3 are good for your brain and great for your heart!

#nutrition #healthyeating #health #depression #mentalhealth #brainhealth #omega3 #fish #eatmorefish

Gary Emerson (@deacon_kane)

Rockfish scrambled eggs & Grits it’s a country thing #Fish&Grits
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