Okinawa diet is low in fish.

Table 2 – Traditional Diets, g (%):
Okinawa 1949    vs    Japan 1950:
Fish               15 (1)        62 (5)
Eggs                 1 (<1)       7 (<1)
Dairy             <1 (<1)       8 (<1)
Fruit              <1 (<1)      44 (1)
Vegetables 965 (58)     301 (8)
reducing inflammation, … high intake of … antioxidants. 
Healthy aging diets other than the Mediterranean: A Focus on the Okinawan Diet, Mech Ageing Dev. 2014 Mar-Apr; 136-137: 148–162. „highest in carbohydrate  … very high antioxidant … sweet potatoes, and green leafy vegetables.
The Okinawan Diet: Health Implications of a Low-Calorie, Nutrient-Dense, Antioxidant-Rich Dietary Pattern Low in Glycemic Load, D. Craig Willcox, Bradley J. Willcox, Hidemi Todoriki & Makoto Suzuki, Journal of the American College of Nutrition, Received 13 Nov 2009, online: 14 Jun 2013, 28: sup 4, 500S-516S.

Pregnant should NOT take DHA-pills.

The Eskimo Fish Tale.

Quelle: “Fishing” for the Origins of the “Eskimos and Heart Disease” Story: Facts or Wishful Thinking? – Canadian journal of cardiology 2014 Aug;30(8):864-8..

Fisch schlecht für Herz & Krebs.

… „men with heart disease advised to eat more oily fish, or supplied with fish oil capsules, were found to have a higher risk of cardiac death,“ … Quelle: Omega 3s, Prostate Cancer, and Atrial Fibrillation | NutritionFacts.org, October 26th 2015.

auch Fisch verursacht Nierensteine.

Stone formers should be advised to limit the intake of all animal proteins, including fish.“ Animal protein and the risk of kidney stones: a comparative metabolic study of animal protein sources. J Urol. 2014 Jul; 192(1):137-41, Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas.- PubMed.

Eskimo – double all-cause mortality.

Investigators Find Something Fishy with the Classical Evidence for Dietary Fish Recommendations, New study in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology, Philadelphia, PA, May 1, 2014 | Elsevier.

fish bad for heart.

Investigators Find Something Fishy with the Classical Evidence for Dietary Fish Recommendations, New study in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology, Philadelphia, PA, May 1, 2014 | Elsevier.

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