Oily fish make children healtier
A research project from the University of Copenhagen: FISK Junior shows that eating salmon and mackerel several times a week make children healthier.
A new research project: FISK Junior from the Department of Sport and Nutrition at the University of Copenhagen has shown that children get less fat in their blood and more of the good cholesterol when they eat oily (fatty) fish several times a week. If good eating habits such as these are continued throughout life, it may in the long run reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases.
The results have been published in the internationally renowned scientific journal American Journal of Clinical Nutrition under the title: "Effects of oily fish intake on cardiometabolic markers in healthy 8-9-year-old children. Read more
Find more information about the projekt at KU.dk