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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We love food but not all food was created equally.
When it comes to deciding what to eat we have a choice between high-fat superficial foods, or the wonders of fish and other seafoods that are rich in omega-3.
Whether you’re needing to watch what you eat or to make a lifestyle change, the great news is that seafood can fit into almost any diet. Our collection of mouth-watering recipes will give you plenty of inspiration.Read More