In the course of their lives they travel thousands of miles of streams where they were born and then on out into the ocean. The exact features of life cycle depends on each type of salmon but within two to five years they come back and jump to the place where they were born to spawn and die. Salmon is ahead of other fishes, in the case of omega-3 fatty acids. The amount of omega-3 fatty acids doesn’t differ by salmon species. For example, Chinook and Sockeye salmon are fattier fishes than pink oily fish or other, and thus contain more omega-3 fatty acids.
These omega-3 fatty acids in salmon are great for your health. They are good for the heart, and is believed to help reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancer and neurological disorders. They also help prevent the development of complications of the metabolic syndrome and diabetes. Omega-3 fatty acids help reduce inflammation of the risk, which is considered the main cause of many health problems.
Due to the large amount of omega-3 fatty acids, due to which salmon have also considered to be good for brain. The human brain is composed of more than 60% of the structuring fat, mainly because of the cell membrane or neurons which are composed mainly of fat. Since the food waste and the need to go back and forth across the cell membrane omega-3 fatty acids are particularly good because they are flexible enough to make it easier for the substances to pass through.