Our October newsletter is out now and this month we are talking about the benefits of fish.
Most of us should try to include more fish in our diets, so this month it’s on the menu at Project Food. Our newsletter explores the different properties of fish that make it such a great choice for a healthy diet.
Seafood offers a wealth of nutrients essential for our wellbeing, helping to preserve a healthy heart and mind, as well as aiding with many important bodily functions.
The benefits of eating at least two portions of fish a week, including one of oily fish, include keeping your blood pressure at a healthy level and improving blood lipids, both of which reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease: the biggest killer in the UK.
The NHS recommends that a healthy, balanced diet should include at least 2 portions of fish a week, including 1 of oily fish. You can read more about their guidelines here
Read this months newsletter to get more information, hints and tips about how to include more fish in your diet
Don’t forget to try out this months delicious recipe! Salmon with Lentils and Rocket
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