Siberian scientists conducted a study and found in the Arctic most useful in the world of fish. It was bogradski char, which contains a record amount of polyunsaturated fatty acids omega-3, RIA “Novosti”.
According to the head of the Department aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems of Siberian Federal University Mikhail Gladyshev, the researchers analyzed the biota of lakes of the Arctic zone of Siberia. In the result, it was found that the char boganism levels of omega-3 fatty acids reaches record of 33 milligrams per gram.
“This makes the species an absolute champion in utility for all who are watching their health,” – said the expert.
He added that scientists have compared residential and anadromous populations of some fishes. In the end, the essential factors, which are saltwater fish healthier freshwater, have been identified. For example, in the muscles the number of sardines EPA and DHA is 26 milligrams per gram of biomass.
“Eating just 30 grams a day of this fish living in the North of the Krasnoyarsk region, will cover recommended by physicians daily intake of healthy fatty acids,” – said Gladyshev.
Earlier, Australian scientists conducted a study and found that the fatty fish such as sardines, trout or mackerel, will help to improve the condition of the lungs in children who suffer from asthma.