You should be eating fish at least twice a week - three preferably and one of those portions should be oily fish.
Seafood is an important source of Vitamin D, which is the 'sunshine' vitamin. A lot of us don't get enough sun, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere in the winter months. In addition, it is a source of protein, calcium, minerals and other vitamins.
The Mediterranean diet is often cited as being the most healthy - it's low on red meat, high on vegetables, healthy oils and seafood.
By eating fish twice a week for your main meal, you'll be naturally cutting back on meat.
Make one of the servings an oily fish. Fresh salmon, tuna, mackerel, herrings and sardines are all good sources of Omega 3 oils which help reduce cholesterol. All these fish retain their properties during the canning process (apart from tuna) and so even using canned seafood is good for you.
So - are you getting enough?
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