Hello and welcome to Central Seafoods, Perth and Western Australia’s premier fish supplier. We’re a young company that is committed to providing both high quality seafood to West Australian’s and educating consumers on the wonderful variety of sustainable seafood that can be found in and around the WA coastline.
So, lets start with the basics. In a world overrun with information and choice, why should you choose seafood to be a part of your diet? In short, fish not only tastes great but has the added benefit of being good for us. Importantly with Central Seafoods, wherever possible we source locally caught seafood so theres the added bonus of supporting the West Australian fishing industry.
1. Fish works wonders for your heart
Research shows that if you eat fish twice a week, you will reduce the risk of heart disease by 30 percent. Why stop at two days? Fish is essential for both men and women in order to avoid the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Moreover, the Omega-3 thats found in fish also contributes in lowering the blood pressure. Salmon and Tuna are best known for delivering you maximum omega-3 fatty acids.
2. Improves Brain and Nervous System Functions
According to extensive research, the use of fish oil in your diet can reduce signs of Schizophrenia and Depression. It is also proved to be beneficial in terms of preventing Alzheimer’s disease.
Further research has indicated that omega-3 fatty acids can assist in the management of anxiety and stress.
3. Vitamin D
Saltwater fish is a sun-less source of vitamin D, which researchers say can help ward off disease, promote bone health, and with the help of the omega-3s in fish, ward off cognitive decline. Get some salmon in ya!
4. Beautiful Skin and Hair
One of the biggest drawbacks to a low-fat diet is you deprive your skin and hair of the healthy fat it needs. The omega-3’s in fish are exactly the type of healthy fat to eat to keep your skin looking nourished and your hair shiny.
If the heart-health-boosting, waist-slimming, shiny hair properties weren’t reasons enough to eat more fish then consider the support you’ll be giving to the Perth and wider West Australian fishing industry.