Saturday, June 15, 2024

The Fatty Fish Rumour

Rumour: The consumption of fatty fish, such as salmon, can regulate glucose levels.

Truth: This is true. Fatty fish, including salmon, mackerel, rainbow trout, and tuna, can result in improvements in glucose regulation. Specifically, in this study, those that consumed fatty fish five times per week had blood glucose levels that were remarkably lower eight weeks post-experiment in comparison to those that consumed a non-fatty fish or no fish at all.

A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition conducted a study with healthy and obese adults and their reports of fatty fish consumption. The dietary groups included cod-eating (non-fatty), salmon eating (fatty), and no fish at all (control). The results illustrated the salmon-eating group had a lower spike in glucose levels post-meal, illustrating positive benefits to salmon consumption and glucose regulation.

To read more about how salmon consumption can lower your blood glucose levels, click here.  

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