Eel in disguise.

Hello guys. How have y’all been?I would like to take this moment first of all to sincerely apologise for not making any post last week. This was due to the issue my phone developed and I couldn’t fix it on time.To be honest I missed you all. I hope you are still with me yeah?Yes!!! We are back and and we are excited to serve you better.Ok so today we would be looking at something a lot of people have superstitious beliefs about.In fact ehen you see Yoruba people ehen they avoid taking it because they feel like it is majorly used for rituals. Well all thanks to Nollywood do implanting that mindset in people’s minds.But since its more of farm raised than wild caught of late, a lot of people don’t buy to that mindset not anymore.Can you take a wild guess on what it is?I did a mini survey and I got a couple of interesting responses.Well I guess you know what it is already.Catfish!A low calorie, high protein seafood that’s a great source of nutrients, including vitamin B12, selenium, and omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.
Nutrient-dense protein sources like catfish may aid weight loss by boosting feeling of fullness.
This fish is also a great option for people who are watching their calorie count but want to make sure they’re getting enough nutrients. You don’t wanna add weight but you want to get you nutrients is one meal, opt for catfish.It’s particularly rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fats and vitamin B12. Infants, pregnant women and the elderly are especially vulnerable to B12 deficiency. A diet with catfish supplys a great amount of B12Looking for way to get vitamin D? The sunshine vitamin (lol). Turns out catfish provides an excellent source of vitamin D too.To y’all catfish lovers congratulations as to are on the right track.Now before you runoff on a eating spree, don’t forget everything has it’s downsides.Stay tuned for the next blog post on the cons.❤💡

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