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Something Fishy



Mussels are not only low in calories, they are rich in vitamins and minerals such as iron and zinc. It is a little known fact that mussels contain the same levels of omega 3 fats as many oil fish.

Prawns are rich in iron, zinc and immunity-boosting vitamins. Prawns are also low in saturated fat (even beating chicken) making them a delicious heart-healthy option

Salmon – One fillet provides more than three times your RDA of omega 3 fatty acids, essential for skin health. This is the number one food for your complexion. If you are attending an important function – eat Salmon 5 days in a row – and you will GLOW!

Tuna – With similar levels of energy-sustaining protein to beef but with the bonus of Omega-3 fatty acids. Always choose fresh over tinned tuna as the canning process destroys many of its nutritious oils.


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