Sitting quietly in the third corner of the restaurant is a couple, roughly in their early 30s. They make the most of each other’s company while they wait for their meal. The man had ordered a grilled salmon on a bed of fresh Mediterranean vegetables while his partner ordered pan-fried trout with a tomato and basil sauce. Research has it that as people tend to get older, they become more cautious about their eating habit.

These two individuals are Pescatarians.

There is no reason to fret. Don’t get jumpy yet. Are there chances that you are a pescatarian too? Does it sound strange? In a world where nibbling on beef and tearing spiced chicken flesh is the order of the day, being a pescatarian might make you the odd one. A pescatarian is someone who adds fish and seafood to a vegetarian diet.

From Vegetarian to Ketogenic to Pescatarian diets, the world seems not to be tired of trying diet options to improve health outcomes. Being a pescatarian takes all the benefits that vegetarians experience, such as being more likely to consume a wide variety of vegetables, while also getting high-quality protein, omega 3s and other nutrient sources in the form of fish.

Pescatarians get the best of both worlds. They get to enjoy all the perks of being a vegetarian. And, instead of feasting on land animals, they turn to the ocean for food. The big deal about belonging here is that you gain;

  • Nutrient-Rich
  • Full of Protein
  •  Better Mental Function
  • Reduced Risk of Cognitive Decline
  • Better Circulation and Heart Health
  • Lower Risk of Cancer
  • Boosts Your Sex Life
  • Keeps Your Hair Healthy
  • Improves Your Skin Health

It seems a healthy and fun diet option, will you take on that?

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