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Fresh Fish

  • 1. Salmon is a good source of protein and rich in omega 3 essential fatty acids. It also contains B vitamins, vitamin D and some minerals including selenium.

  • 2. Tuna is high in protein and omega 3 fats, plus vitamins B and D. Itís also a good source of selenium, potassium, calcium, copper, iodine and phosphorus.

  • 3. Tuna when canned removes the omega 3 fats, so the fresher the better, but sadly thatís usually more expensive.

  • 4. Prawns are rich in the trace mineral selenium, present in the human body in minute amounts. It combines with vitamin E to promote growth and fertility.

  • 5. Herring is high in protein and vitamin D and contains omega 3 fats as well as vitamin D. It also has the minerals, selenium, iodine and potassium.

  • 6. If herring is either smoked or pickled then its nutrient values are lowered compared with fresh herring.

  • 7. The custom of eating fish with a slice of lemon dates back to the Middle Ages. It was believed that if a person accidentally swallowed a fish bone, the lemon juice would dissolve it.

  • 8. If you have over-salted a dish, try adding a peeled potato or two as it will absorb some of the salty flavour.



    Tuna Fish

  • 1. There are six types of commercially caught tuna - blue-fin, black-fin, yellow-fin, skipjack, albacore, and bigeye. Bonito is a close relative of tuna.

  • 2. Tuna is one of the UKís favourite canned foods and is high in protein and low in fat.

  • 3. Tuna is also a good source of vitamin D which is good for the absorption of calcium in the body.

  • 4. The southern bluefish lives for up to forty years and can exceed two metres in length. Tuna are a giant of the sea and can weigh up to 400kg!

  • 5. Tuna swim at a steady rate of nine miles per hour for an indefinite period of time and they never stop moving. It is estimated that a 15-year-old tuna travels one million miles in its lifetime.

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