Pollack is a small fish up to 40 cm long and not more than 1.5 kg. Lives in cold water. The name was given by the Koreans, who were the first to begin catching (the word means 'holiday').
It is interesting, that USSR began to catch Pollack in the 1940s, but the fish was exported to Asian countries, it was considered unsuitable for food use. Only by the 1970s Russia started producing fillet, which attracted not only Soviet people, but also European countries, so by the 80 s fishing reached its peak and started to decline, as the number of the fish reduced in a catastrophic way.
Nowadays, it is sold frozen, headless, frozen, and suitable both for human consumption and for pets. Like any fish, pollack contains vitamins, minerals, amino acids and fatty polyunsaturated acids that are good for health. By the way, it has iodine and fluoride three times more than humpback salmon. This fish will help for sleeplessness, save you from fears and depression, strengthen the nervous system, alerts the mental disorders. It is helpful for people with diabetes, thyroid disease, obesity, diseases of the vascular and circulatory systems. Its meat is low-calorie and easily digested, so it can be often found in state establishments, such as schools, hospitals, sanatoriums.