Fish for omega-3

When it comes to staying healthy, there’s one food we should all be eating more of – and that’s fish!

Health experts recommend everyone should enjoy at least two servings of fish a week, one of which should be an oil-rich variety such as sardines, mackerel, herring, fresh tuna, trout or salmon*.

One of the reasons we should include oily fish as part of a balanced, nutritious diet is because they contain omega 3 fats and these have been shown to have many health benefits. Here, registered dietitian and nutritionist Juliette Kellow reveals everything you need to know about omega 3 fats and why it’s important to have enough in our diet.

If you want to eat more seafood in your diet check out our 28 Day Meal Plan which is full of ideas and simple tips to get you eating a healthy balanced diet in no time!


* Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (2004) FICS/04/02 Published 14/4/04