Seafood and sport

Thu 22nd March 2018
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It’s spring and with that, it’s getting brighter and warmer outside which is a great excuse for exercising outdoors. Whether that be a long walk, a run or even taking a class outside, having a bit of fresh air is great for your body and mind.  We know that when you exercise that you should also make sure that you have eaten enough to keep you going through a session.

Did you know that eating two portions of seafood a week can help boost your nutrient intakes? It’s so easy and versatile to prepare and cook!

Eating seafood can also up your iron intake. Crabmeat, clams, cockles and mussels all have this nutrient which can help to reduce tiredness and fatigue!

Smoked Mackerel And Sweet Potato

Our baked sweet potato with smoked mackerel is the ideal lunchtime dish, full of goodness. And with only a handful of ingredients, it couldn’t be any simpler to make.

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If you’re out and about, then we’ve got this tuna nicoise baguette for you. It’s so delicious and full of flavour that you will work extra hard to get through your workout just to enjoy this at the end!

Pesto Mussels

This pesto mussels on toast recipe is so scrumptious and super-fast to make. Perfect for those who need a quick turn around after a tough session!

Kedgeree

When you need a boost before your workout session, try out this kedgeree, with a double hit of protein, you will fly through it!

What is your go-to seafood recipe when you need a lift before or after a workout/class/run? Let us know by tweeting us at @fishisthedish.

Dawn x