Fish today, health tomorrow!

The fish is important for growth, for bone development and prevention of cardiovascular diseases and has proven optimization functions in the brain development of children. This is because, besides being a source of calcium and phosphorus, is rich in vitamins, minerals and omega 3.
Due to their allergenic potential, usually pediatricians recommend the introduction of the fish at 9 months of age. However, in children with a history of allergy in the family, it may be delayed the introduction of this food for after 12 months.

The freshness of frozen fish!

Rich in protein, iron, iodine and omega-3, the frozen fish is a healthy and tasty alternative that preserves all the flavor and nutritional value of this food.
The frozen fish is frozen immediately after fishing, still on board of fishing vessels, with the use of extremely low temperatures, which allows to reduce chemical changes and inhibit the growth of microorganisms.

Fish: source of omega 3!

Fish is a food rich in omega 3 – fatty acids of great importance to the activities of the brain and heart. The salmon is a fish rich in omega 3, but other species such as tuna and sardines, are not you back.
The omega-3 helps improve cholesterol levels, decreasing the risk of heart disease, is a potent anti-inflammatory and brain development and promotes the regeneration of nerve cells, helping therefore in the treatment of depression, anxiety and problems sleep.