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Seafood Facts

Separate the truth from the fiction when it comes to the myths surrounding seafood!

Become tooth friendly

Most of us are eating way too much sugar. It’s bad news for teeth so instead of choosing sweet snacks like chocolate, cakes, biscuits, muffins and pastries, base snacks on...

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Boost brain power

As well as providing brain-friendly omega-3 fats, fish provides several other nutrients that play a role in supporting normal cognitive function, in other words, our ability to think, remember and...

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Boost immunity

Most of us think of fruit and veg being the main foods for keeping our immune system healthy thanks to them being rich in vitamin C. However, fish is loaded...

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Build strong bones

Oily fish are one of the few foods that are naturally rich in vitamin D. This vitamin helps the body absorb calcium and so plays a vital role in keeping...

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Feed your brain

It’s not an old wives’ tale – fish really is good for the brain. One of the omega-3 fats in fish called DHA is important for normal brain function. It’s especially...

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Feel fuller for longer

According to the British Nutrition Foundation, foods that are high in protein seem to make us feel more satiated than foods that are high in fat or carbohydrates. So it...

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Fight fatigue

Fish is a fabulous source of many nutrients that help reduce fatigue and tiredness. In particular, most fish contain several B vitamins – including vitamins  B3, B6 and B12 –...

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Fire up fertility

Legendary-lover Casanova apparently ate 50 oysters every morning to boost his libido. Thanks to them being rich in zinc, they’re certainly good for fertility – half a dozen raw oysters...

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Flex those muscles

All fish is packed with protein, which contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass. A 140g serving of baked tuna steak provides a massive 90% of our daily...

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Get super skin

Forget lotions and potions. One of the main ingredients for great-looking skin is in your kitchen! We’re talking fish! It’s loaded with a variety of nutrients that play a role...

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Have a great hair day

No amount of expensive shampoos, conditioners and treatments will compensate for a poor diet when it comes to getting glossy, shiny, manageable hair. Key nutrients for healthy hair can be...

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Keep blood healthy

It’s not just red meat that provides iron in our diet. Several shellfish including brown crabmeat, crayfish, clams, cockles and mussels contain this nutrient so can help to boost intakes...

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Love your heart

All fish including white fish and shellfish contain omega-3 fats. But it’s oily fish such as sardines, mackerel, pilchards and herring that contain the most. Omega-3 fats play a role...

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Nail it

For strong, healthy nails, it’s important to get enough selenium in your diet – and for that you won’t go wrong if you put fish on the menu twice a...

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See-food and eat it

Fish contains several nutrients that are important for our eyesight. Oily fish contain the omega-3 fat DHA, which helps to maintain normal vision. But zinc found in many shellfish and...

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Take the pressure down

Omega-3 fats help to maintain normal blood pressure. Almost one in three adults have high blood pressure and this is one of the main risk factors for poorer heart health...

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Whittle your waist

White fish is a great choice if you’re trying to lose weight as it’s low in fat, which makes it easier to control calorie intakes. For example, a 140g baked...

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