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The Western diet creates problems - health problems. Many of us are overweight and suffer from First World Diseases - heart, vascular, digestive and cancers. A lot of these issues are rare in countries where there is a high proportion of seafood eaten on a regular basis, even though their diet is high in fat - something we've always thought of as 'public enemy number 1'.
When you see 'low fat' on a packet, think 'chemical s**t storm' or 'high sugar content' - sugar and processed food is the problem and we need to get back to basics.
We eat too much meat - there's no doubt about it. Aiming for one vegetable day and two or three days eating seafood a week, will halve the amount of meat you eat. That's going to make you and your family healthier. It will cut your chemical and sugar intake dramatically without you having to think about it.
Fish is an excellent source of protein, calcium, minerals and vitamins. It's mostly low in fat but where it is oily, they're the 'good' oils - Omega 3s which help prevent high cholesterol. In fact, one portion of your two or three a week should be oily fish. Oily fish has valuable Vitamin D, which we mostly get through sunshine - in the Northern Hemisphere, in winter, it's hard to get enough. Dark complexioned people have bigger problems than light complexioned people.
Omega 3s also promote brain health, help in the fight against diabetes, depression and skin problems. Read about the tests done on teenagers who had behavioural problems.
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As well as the recipes, you will get full serving suggestions, which answers the most common question I get asked - what do I serve with fish?
We know we should eat more fish - it's quick and easy to cook, high in minerals and vitamins, high in protein and the majority is low in fat and easy to digest - the perfect food but what to serve with it?
On all of my recipes, you will get suggestions of what you could serve - it can be something as easy as crusty bread to mop up the sauces or salad, buttered potatoes, vegetables - loads of ideas.
I occasionally get notified of special discounts offered by online fish suppliers - you'll get notified about those too.
Food is getting so expensive these days, a saving is always welcome.
Why 3 recipes? Well, it's a nice number and you can aim to try one or two a week to build up a repertoire of seafood recipes. It's not overwhelming and there's bound to be something you would like to try.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any specific questions or requests.
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Part 1 - Introduction plus the first ten recipes
Part 2 - Conversion Charts, General Guidelines and ten recipes
Part 3 - Shellfish - preparing, cooking, using and ten recipes
Part 4 - Fish, veg, herbs and spices preparation and ten recipes
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