Got a burning question about ﬁsh and your diet or health? Then you’ve come to the right place. Registered dietitian and nutritionist Juliette Kellow has put together this comprehensive guide covering everything you need to know about ﬁsh from A to Z.
There are many B vitamins, all needed in differing amounts to keep us healthy. B vitamins have different functions in our body but most of them (except folate) have a...Read More
Fish provides many nutrients that are especially important for babies and toddlers. For example, oily fish such as mackerel, sardines, herring and fresh tuna are naturally rich in long-chain omega-...Read More
Most of us automatically think of meat when it comes to having a barbecue, but fish is also a great choice. Barbecuing fish brings out its texture and flavour, plus...Read More
Around one in three adults have high blood pressure and this is one of the main risk factors for stroke, which accounts for 28 percent of all deaths from cardiovascular...Read More
Many nutrients are important for bone health. Calcium and vitamin D are needed for bones to grow and develop normally in children. These two nutrients together with phosphorus, magnesium, zinc...Read More
There’s some truth behind the old wives’ tale that ‘fish is good for the brain’. The long-chain omega-3 fat DHA, found naturally in oily fish contributes to keeping brain function...Read More
Like everyone else, breastfeeding women should have two portions of fish each week, one of which should be an oil-rich fish. Because breastfeeding mums need a diet that provides all...Read More