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Fish And Weight

Fish and weight

Our ever-expanding waistlines are rarely out of the news these days, but it’s unsurprising when you look at the nation’s vital statistics. The latest figures for England reveal that a massive 65 percent of men and 58 per cent of women are overweight or obese and so are putting their health at risk*.

Ready in a flash

With today’s hectic lifestyles, most of us want quick, easy meals that take little time to prepare or cook – and that’s no different whether we’re trying to maintain our...

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Soak up some flavour

Many people think that trying to lose weight means missing out on taste, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. With so many varieties of fish to choose from...

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Keep your metabolism revved up

Iodine is a nutrient that helps to maintain the normal function of the thyroid gland and the production of the thyroid hormones*.

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Up your iron

Iron makes red blood cells, transports oxygen around the body, plays a role in producing energy and can help to reduce tiredness and fatigue. Women are at particular risk of...

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Don’t ditch oily fish

Oil-rich varieties of fish such as sardines, mackerel, herring, fresh tuna, trout or salmon may be higher in fat, and therefore calories, than white fish or shellfish. But even if...

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Remember, size matters

According to the British Nutrition Foundation, studies show we tend to consume about the same amount or weight of food each day, regardless of how many calories it contains*.

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Stay fuller for longer

It’s not just fibre-rich foods that help to fill us up. According to the British Nutrition Foundation, foods that are high in protein seem to make us feel fuller than...

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Control your calories

In a day, women need around 2,000 calories and men 2,500 calories to maintain their weight.

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