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Your A to Z of fish

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.

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Salt

Too much salt in our diets can increase blood pressure, which in turn increases our risk of having a stroke or suffering with heart disease. Experts recommend we have no...

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Satiety

Satiety is the feeling of fullness we get after eating. If we feel satiated after eating, then we are likely to go longer before feeling hungry again, and we may...

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Saturated fat

High intakes of saturated fat are linked to high blood cholesterol, a condition that affects around six in 10 of us and increases the risk of heart disease. Official figures...

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Seafood safety

Fish can make an important contribution to our diets. But as is the case with any food preparation, it’s important to store, prepare and cook it properly. To start with...

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Selenium

Selenium is a nutrient that’s needed in tiny amounts. Nevertheless, it’s vital we get enough for good health. Unfortunately, figures from the National Diet and Nutrition Survey reveal that nine...

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Shellfish

Shellfish such as prawns, mussels, scallops, langoustine, crab, lobster, oysters, clams, cockles and cuttlefish are rich in protein and contain a wide range of vitamins and minerals, as well as...

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Skin

Many nutrients play a role in maintaining normal skin. These include zinc, copper, iodine and three B vitamins – riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3) and biotin. Different varieties of fish provide...

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Sushi

Sushi makes a great alternative to sandwiches or salads when you’re on the go and need to grab lunch or a snack. It’s also a great choice when you’re eating...

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