Fish Lunch Meal Prep

The superpowers of seafood

We love food but not all food was created equally. Seafood is a nutrient dense food source that provides a huge array of health benefits. Plus there is no variety quite like it elsewhere! 

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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*.

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Cod High In Protein

Fish for protein

There’s one food that’s often forgotten about when it comes to providing a protein hit. It’s a great source of many other essential nutrients, too. And it’s a food that health experts agree we should eat more frequently.

We’re talking fish – white, oily and shellfish!

Here, registered dietitian and nutritionist Juliette Kellow gives the lowdown on protein and reveals how eating more fish as part of a balanced, varied diet can help boost our intake of this essential nutrient

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Exercise And Eating Fish

Fish for sport

Whether you’re a complete beginner, exercise regularly or are training for a specific event such as a marathon or triathlon, it’s essential to give your body the food it needs to perform at its absolute best.

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Recipes for special diets

Dinner in Under 500 Kcals
Gluten free
High omega 3
Low fat
Low salt
Low calories
High protein
Dairy free
High in vitamin D
Low sugar
Low cholesterol

We've got you covered! See our recipes. 

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Fish for a healthy heart

There’s good news when it comes to our heart health. Official figures show that deaths from heart and circulatory diseases are starting to fall in the UK. But there’s still plenty of room for improvement.

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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*.

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