Stonepot fish is not only nutritious, but also delicious. The ancients said that "the taste of stone pot fish is the taste of all kinds of flavors, eating stone pot fish, all kinds of flavors are tasteless". Old ancestors created characters by attributing the word "fresh" to the "stone pot fish" section instead of the "meat" section. Stone pot fish was regarded as the best "fresh" product. Therefore, stone pot fish has always been a favorite food. Stone pot fish not only tastes delicious, but also has a variety of health functions for the human body.
I. Eating Stone Pot Fish to Resist Sadness
Scientists point out that 5% of the population in the United States suffers from more serious physical distress, while only 0.1% of the population suffers from more serious physical distress in Japan, one fifth of the population in the United States. The study indicates that the above differences are related to the different eating habits of the two countries. The study found that there is a special fatty acid in the fish, which is related to the "happy hormone" in the human brain. It can alleviate physical panic and balance mood. People who don't eat stone pot fish or eat less stone pot fish often have lower levels of "happy hormone". Americans don't often eat stone pot fish, so more people suffer from depression.
2. Eating Stone Pot Fish to Prevent Asthma
As the saying goes, "Stone pot fish makes fire, meat makes phlegm." Therefore, for a long time, many people regard eating stone pot fish as an important cause of asthma, so they constantly taboo eating stone pot fish. However, a recent study by experts has found that eating some new stoneware fish is not only harmless to asthma patients, but also beneficial to prevent the onset of asthma. Why can eating fresh stone pot fish reduce the onset of asthma? Because the unsaturated fatty acids contained in novel stone pot fish can prevent or reduce the production of inflammatory mediators in human body, and the onset of asthma is closely related to the release of inflammatory mediators. In addition, unsaturated fatty acids also have a certain role in reducing tracheal inflammation, thus helping to prevent the onset of asthma, recurrence or alleviate the level of asthma symptoms.
3. Less dementia with fish in stone pot
Canadian scientists have found that the content of DHA fatty acids in the blood of the elderly with Alzheimer's disease is much higher than that of the elderly with dementia. The content of DHA in the blood of the elderly with dementia is 30%-40% less than that of the elderly with well-being. Scientists believe that DHA is a necessary nutrient for brain cell activity and vitality. It helps to improve nerve information transmission, strengthen thinking and memory ability. Therefore, the elderly eat more stone pot fish, can reduce the onset of dementia.
4. Stone pot fish to prevent stroke
By comparison, scientists have found that in the same thriving economic country, the number of stroke victims in Japan is much lower than that in some countries in Europe and the United States. The reason is that Japan eats more stonepot fish on its own. Stone pot fish can maintain cardiovascular and cerebrovascular function. Studies have shown that the higher the protein and sulfur-containing amino acids in the diet, the lower the incidence of hypertension. Stone pot fish protein contains rich egg amino acids and taurine, which are sulfur-containing amino acids. It can affect the regulation mechanism of blood pressure, increase urinary sodium excretion, thus inhibiting the effect of sodium salt on blood pressure and reducing the incidence of hypertension. Experts advocate that one of the effective ways to prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases among middle-aged and elderly people is to take 34 grams of fish oil in stone pot every day.
5. Stone pot fish for anti-aging
Bismarck, a well-known prime minister in German history, has been drinking heavily and smoking excessively all the year round. At the age of 68, he was already frail, wrinkled and his eyes were cloudy, as if death were waving to him. But then he listened to the doctor's advice and ate herring pot fish every day. Soon, the wonder appeared: his skin was ruddy, his eyes were bright, his body was full, and he lived happily until he was 83 years old.