Why do we eat so many fish?
The answer is simple: we are all carnivores, and fish has always been our main diet.
In fact, we can trace our ancestral diet back to prehistoric times, as our ancestors ate fish that they could catch.
As humans, we were the first carnivores to eat meat.
And the first to eat plants.
What do you get when you mix carnivores and plants?
We get a plant-based diet that has a lot of meat, including fish.
And it is also loaded with nutrients and vitamins.
The health benefits of eating plants have been well documented, and the latest research shows that eating plants actually helps us live longer.
Here are some reasons why you should try a plant based diet.
What are the different types of fish?
Fish are a group of mammals that are the ancestors of all mammals, including humans.
They are the main fish we eat, and also the main source of protein.
We eat about 2.3 billion tonnes of fish a year, which is about a fifth of the global fish catch.
Here’s a brief overview of the different kinds of fish: Cod (saucer-shaped fish) – One type is the broad-nosed cod (Gadus morhua), which is caught mainly in the Pacific Ocean.
It is a deep-water fish, which means it has a relatively long life span.
Cod is the most nutritious fish, containing about 25 per cent of the world’s protein.