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A fish with 2% fat by weight. Oily fishes are 'good for you' given their high omega-3 fatty acid content
Examples Catfish, herring, mackerel, mullet, pilchards, trout, salmon, sardines, tuna—fresh
dietary reference values (DRVs)
omega-3 fatty acids
recommended daily allowance (RDA)
vitamin D deficiency
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Consider for a moment the astonishing FSA statistic that, on average, people in the UK eat only a third of a portion of
such as salmon a week.
The Saturday essay: suppliers should work together not fight each other, says Sid Patten, chief executive, SSPO
, such as mackerel, salmon, and sardines contain omega-3 fatty acids - essential, good fats known to play a role in keeping the connections between brain cells sharp.
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The only meaningful natural source of EPA and DHA is
such as salmon.
Brian Simpson, chief executive of Scottish Quality Salmon, calls for Omega-3 to get the hard sell of the 5-a-day message
Sources: dairy products, liver,
, orange-coloured fruit and veg such as carrots, peppers, mango, apricot and also leafy green veg including spinach, cabbage and broccoli.
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The pouches contain healthy
and can be microwaved in less than five minutes.
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FOR heart disease prevention, eat three
meals weekly, or 400mg of Omega-3 in fish oil supplements.
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During the past year alone, 13 leading independent UK scientists have confirmed that everybody would benefit from eating
Making no bones about convenience: branding and NPD have boosted sales of Scottish fish
That's why Eskimos, who eat a lot of
, have a very low incidence of heart disease.
Go fishing for compliments; Ideal dish to tone up your skin and hair
A UK-wide campaign to promote the heart health benefits of
such as herring, mackerel, trout and salmon has been launched by the Omega-3 Group.
Omega-3 activity gets fresh heart
, such as herring, tuna, mackerel and sardines are the best types to choose, although you can barbecue white fish, such as cod, in foil parcels.
Flaming healthy barbies; COAL COMFORT FOR SLIMMERS
The Joint Health Claims Initiative has ruled that
such as Scottish farmed salmon can be promoted to consumers with a positive message about its beneficial effects on the heart.
SQS hails oil advice
, such as herring, tuna and mackerel, are best, but you can also barbecue white fish in foil parcels.
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