If you are searching for new diet ideas, a pescatarian diet might be for you. This diet consists of plant-based foods, with fish and seafood as significant protein sources. This diet is a great way to reap numerous health benefits and increase your health. Listed in this blog are some practical uses of consuming a pescatarian diet.
Lower The Risk Of Heart Disease
Omega 3 fatty acids help in reducing the likelihood of developing heart issues. This unique acid benefits heart health since it helps lower triglyceride levels in the blood, lower blood pressure, and reduce inflammation. Experts recommend eating fish high in unsaturated fats a minimum of two times per week for optimal health.
Reduce Your Chances Of Diabetes
Pescatarians have a decreased risk of acquiring diabetes compared to people on other kinds of diets. A pescatarian diet can help improve blood sugar control, reduce cholesterol levels, and aid in weight management.
Lower Your Risk Of Getting Cancer
A diet rich in fruits and vegetables has been linked to a lower risk of developing cancer. According to research, adding fish to a plant-based diet decreases your risk of developing colon cancer by over 40 percent.
COSTAS INN IS YOUR SEAFOOD DESTINATION FOR THE BEST CRABS IN BALTIMORE!
Costas Inn has been an area icon, slinging the best crabs in Baltimore since 1971. So here’s to 50 years, and cheers to 50 more!
You may recognize our restaurant recently featured on the Food Network with Michael Symon on Burgers, Brew, and ‘Que! We were also voted the 2015 #1 Baltimore Seafood Restaurant by USA Today and #1 Crab Restaurant 2014 in the Baltimore Business Journal. You may have also spotted Costas Inn during one of our nine appearances on the Today Show or heard one of our many interviews on WJZ TV Channel 13 with Ron Matz and Marty Bass.
You can enjoy our famous crab cakes in-house or order them online for any time eating. We also provide some of the best seafood catering in the Baltimore area! Of course, you can get your fill from Costas even when you’re not in our dining room: follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube!