Fight SAD with seafood

Wed 28th November 2018
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With the days being darker longer than normal, some people suffer can from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This is a type of depression that comes and goes in a seasonal pattern. Although the exact cause of SAD isn’t completely understood, it has been linked to the shorter autumn and winter days. 

This may be caused by the lack of sunshine throughout these months and we think we may have a solution that could help!

Did you know that many species of seafood contain vitamin D? This means you don’t have to shell out for an expensive holiday to the sun and gives you an excuse to experiment in the kitchen with some new recipes.

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These coley goujons are so easy to whip up and perfect for a quick meal during the week. You can even have them as a starter or a side dish. 

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Our smoked haddock rarebit is not only great for getting a double dose of protein (perfect for those gym fanatics out there) but it’s also high in vitamin D. 

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Try something a little bit different today with this Tom Yum soup, not only will it boost your vitamin D intake but it is also a great way to flex those chef muscles too.

What are your ways of boosting your vitamin D intake? Let us know by tweeting us at 

@fishisthedish.

Dawn

Would this article encourage you to eat seafood?