Quoting from Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forage_fish):
Typical ocean forage fish feed near the base of the food chain on plankton, often by filter feeding. The ocean primary producers, mainly contained in plankton, produce food energy from the sun and are the raw fuel for the ocean food webs. Forage fish transfer this energy by eating the plankton and becoming food themselves for the top predators. In this way, forage fish occupy the central positions in ocean and lake food webs.
Why are Canned Sardines (Sardinella aurita) important for human nutrition
Excellent IODINE source: One can of Canned Sardines (Sardinella aurita) in Tomato Sauce with net weight 160g (Drained Weight 75g) equals to (percentages of Daily Recommended Values): 48% of PROTEIN, 11% of calories, and 24% of IODINE (click here to check oidine benefits: https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/minerals/health-benefits-of-iodine.html). To name a few please see the chart below:
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Heart Health: Sardines are rich in numerous nutrients that have been found to support cardiovascular health. They are one of the most concentrated sources of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, which have been found to lower triglycerides and cholesterol levels; one serving (3.25 ounce can) of sardines actually contains over 50% of the daily value for these important nutrients. Sardines are an excellent source of vitamin B12, ranking as one of the World’s Healthiest Food most concentrated in this nutrient. Vitamin B12 promotes cardiovascular well-being since it is intricately tied to keeping levels of homocysteine in balance; homocysteine can damage artery walls, with elevated levels being a risk factor for atherosclerosis.
Bone Health: Sardines are not only a rich source of bone-building vitamin D, a nutrient not so readily available in the diet and one that is most often associated with fortified dairy products. Vitamin D plays an essential role in bone health since it helps to increase the absorption of calcium. Sardines are also a very good source of phosphorus, a mineral that is important to strengthening the bone matrix. Additionally, as high levels of homocysteine are related to osteoporosis, sardines’ vitamin B12 rounds out their repertoire of nutrients that support bone health.
Optimal Health: For many years, researchers have known that vitamin D, in the form of calcitriol, participates in the regulation of cell activity. Because cell cycles play such a key role in the development of cancer, optimal vitamin D intake may turn out to play an important role in the prevention of various types of cancer.
Packed with Protein: Sardines are rich in protein, which provides us with amino acids. Our bodies use amino acids to create new proteins, which serve as the basis for most of the body’s cells and structures. Proteins form the basis of muscles and connective tissues, antibodies that keep our immune system strong, and transport proteins that deliver oxygen and nutrients throughout our bodies. – Stop quoting.
By offering you the Canned Sardines in Tomato Sauce, in Hot Tomato Sauce and in Oil, we are actually promoting many human beings’ nutrition and wellbeing all around the world: Canada, Nigeria, Peru. Have in mind that a can of Sardines can travel as dry cargo (at room temperature or even higher) to the center of any continent and keep all of the above mentioned health benefits intact for 2 or 3 years with no preservatives added. We can rightly called the Canned Sardines a SUPER FOOD.