Not a fish of prey differs from predators power and speed in the water. Not a predatory fish of course inferior in speed to the raptors, but it is more maneuverable in water because it has a flat body. These fish are more peaceful and you can catch all grass, worm, maggots, grasshopper,etc., and still eat grass and plankton in the pond where they live. Head, fins, tail these fish are different, but as I wrote above they have one big similarity is their flat body.
Carp is smart and very strong, not a predatory fish . with a length of 1 meter, the weight can be more than 15 kg. Carp love warm and fresh water, but sometimes can get caught in salt water. To spawn this fish begins when the water warms up to about +17 degrees. Carp have very good eyesight, he notices everything that gets in the water (even the small bait). Basically his diet consists of worms, bloodworms, molluscs, young reeds (in the spring it can be found in the reeds), best fishing for carp after spawning at a water temperature from +20 to +25 degrees. Continue reading
Given the drastic imbalance of the modern diet towards omega-6 fats and deficient in omega-3, our main objective will be as follows: the reduction of arachidonic acid (omega-6) and the saturation of the body alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3) and its derivatives, i.e. eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic fatty acids. In order to supply the body with omega-3 fats, you need to determine which products they are contained.
The best source of omega-3 fat is primarily fatty ocean fish. The oily fish – fish that live in cold waters, so omega-3 fatty acids it most.
Besides dokozagexaenova and eicosapentaenoic fatty acids contained in fish fat already in finished form, and not in the form of alpha-linolenic acid. Thus, they do not have to compete with omega-6 fats for enzymes. Therefore, eating oily fish, we are creating favorable conditions in the body to produce “good” eicosanoids over a short path.
Fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids: mackerel (mackerel), herring, salmon, tuna, trout, sardines, halibut, cod, salmon, herring, salmon, hake, flatfish, sprats, mullet, sea bass, sturgeon, squid, anchovies, eel, etc. Continue reading