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Fish consumption linked to better sleep and higher IQ

Fish contain omega-3 fatty acids which have numerous health benefits. Among other things, these help in the relaxation of muscles, in digestion and in the clotting of blood. 

Can fish consumption help ward off depression?

Among other things, several dietary measures can be taken to ward off/fight this disease -- fish consumption being one of them.

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Bon Appétit! Head Start

Why the fish head gets pride of place in Bengali kitchens.

Bon Appetit! Drops from Heaven

The one-upmanship between the two communities manifested in the two favourite preoccupations of Bengalis: food and football.

Goa traders say import of fish resuming December 6, govt stays mum

The import of fish was initially banned for 15 days by Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar in July-August this year, which was lifted subsequently.

Fish has great health benefits for kids' eyes and brain

Fish should be introduced after the age of one year. Fish is an important part of your diet; it is super-packed with nutrients which are essentially required for healthy growth and development of body.

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Goa: Deputy Speaker Michael Lobo opposes ban on fish import

He said the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) can set up mobile laboratories to conduct random checks on fish stocks and those found guilty should be punished.

Goa Congress seeks ban on fish imports over presence of formalin

"Fish imports into Goa should be banned till there is a foolproof mechanism in place to check formalin-laced fish. People should get confidence that the fish is safe for consumption," Chodankar said.

Fish oil supplements have no heart health benefit, research claims

Researchers after looking at trials of 112,059 people concluded that "increasing long-chain omega 3 provides little if any benefit on most outcomes". People should invest more in vegetables than fish oil supplements.

Know your food: When to eat your favourite fish - a seasonal guide

To prevent species of fish from being wiped out, campaigners are working towards educating consumers on sustainable ways of eating fish. If you're living on the west coast of India, Mackerel needs to be left alone from the months of June to September.

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