10 healthy fish to eat

Salmon

Because the body cannot produce omega-3 fatty acids, they must be obtained through diet. Also high in protein, 200g salmon provides around 44g.

Mackerel

Selenium is required by the immune system and thyroid. Salmon and smoked mackerel have more nitrates, which may increase cancer risk.

Cod

Cod is a healthy white fish and a traditional British dish. Cod contains vitamin B12, which is needed for energy and nervous system support.

Trout

Rivers and seas in the UK have trout. 150g cooked trout provides more than 100% of the RDA for vitamin B12 and D. It contains a lot of omega-3s.

Sardines

Or frozen. Canned sardines have more bones and skin than fresh. Sardines are canned to soften the bones. Sardines are higher in calcium than canned.

Crab

From April to November, the UK eats plenty of it. Hemp contains 100% of the daily recommended vitamin B12 and 50% of the copper.

Haddock

The UK also enjoys haddock. smoky, yellow (this was originally added so that producers could reduce the smoking time). It's normal.

Tuna

Tuna is a popular canned fish in the UK. Tuna, whether fresh or canned, is high in protein and contains all essential amino acids.

 Mussels

And they're easy to find. Mussels are high in protein, vitamin B12, and manganese, a trace mineral that may help treat osteoarthritis.

Prawns

Prawns are a low-calorie, high-protein seafood. Prawns are available fresh or frozen, peeled or unpeeled, small or king size, all year round.

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