Mediterranean sardines with harissa are distinguished by their original and exceptional taste: fished in the open sea, they are rich in iodine and omega 3.
This marriage between Mediterranean sardines and Harissa of Tunisia that you can taste as an aperitif or starter, salad, or simply with a lemon filet.
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Sardines are considered a fatty fish because they contain a high fat content, and therefore omega-3 fatty acids.
Sardines provide a source of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), two fatty acids from the omega-3 family that act as precursors for chemical messengers that promote the proper functioning of the immune and circulatory systems. and hormonal.
Fatty acids act in many ways on the body by lowering blood pressure, blood triglycerides and blood clots, reducing the risk of atherosclerosis
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