Lupari (Pomatomus saltatrix) is a pelagic predator . living in the subtropics of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans. Lives in the Mediterranean and Black seas. Sometimes in the summer in pursuit of schooling fish and comes in the sea of Azov.
Lofar — large, up to 70 cm and weighing up to a pound of predatory fish. Appearance and color match the lifestyle. As with all pelagic fish, the back dark, flanks and belly silvery, fins yellowish, the water is barely visible.
What to eat lutari? Being a schooling fish, mostly hunts same schooling fishes such as mackerel, sardines, anchovies, etc. Continue reading
My whole life floated there in full confidence that except for the broken bottles it is not dangerous, and it is learned that in Germany people got burned by jellyfish Cyanea capillata stinging worse fire? Although I always thought that there is no stinging jellyfish in the Baltic sea. Can sharks have?
– small grey fish (25-30 cm) with sharp poisonous spines on the dorsal fin and the gills.
Where it occurs on the shores of the Eastern Atlantic, the Mediterranean, Black and BALTIC seas.
What is dangerous is one of the most poisonous fish. If you prick a sea dragon there is a sharp pain, the skin swells, it may be interruptions in the heart, respiratory failure, paralysis of the extremities, tissue death. Possible fatal ishod sea meets the Baltic sea cat. Continue reading
Now we eat too many so-called omega-6 fats at the expense of omega-3. Without going into details, say that to improve the situation is possible by increasing the consumption of aquatic products from fish, especially from the one that lives in cold seas. In this case, the missing body fats in the water the fish are contained in a form most suitable for absorption.
Most valuable species of fish: herring, mackerel (mackerel), salmon, trout, tuna, halibut, cod, chum salmon, hake, salmon, herring, flounder, water perch, eel, anchovies, mullet, sturgeon, and squid. By the way, these same fat exist in different water plants.
Fats such as omega-3 are fish in the river, but in incomparably smaller amounts.
Preferably not frozen, and fresh fish. Continue reading