Fish For Omega 3

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*.

Enjoy the catch of the day

While oily fish are fantastic sources of the long-chain omega-3 fats, white fish and shellfish can also help to boost intakes. The Scientific Advisory Committee recommends two portions of fish...

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Seafood - and eat it!

The recommendation to eat at least one portion of oily fish – weighing around 140g when it’s cooked – sounds easy to achieve.

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Open your eyes

It’s not just our heart and brain that benefits from omega-3 fats. DHA is also known to contribute to the maintenance of normal vision*

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Boost your brain power

It seems there’s some truth behind the old wives’ tale that ‘fish is good for the brain’.

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Enjoy a taste of the Med

Advice from the UK’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends that people who’ve had a heart attack should eat a Mediterranean-style diet that includes more fish, bread...

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Take the pressure down

Omega-3 fats are known to play a role in helping to maintain normal blood pressure* – that’s great news as around one in three adults in the UK have high...

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Love your heart

One of the main benefits of the long-chain omega-3 fats EPA and DHA is the role they play in helping to keep the heart working normally*. In particular, these fats...

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Understanding the science bit

Omega-3 fats are polyunsaturated fats, which can be divided into two groups – short-chain and long-chain.

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