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NEPTUNE’S BOUNTY: WEEK 4
PILCHARDS 🐟
βš“οΈπŸŒŠ The next week of my challenge to eat 52 different species of seafood in 52 weeks, seeking alternatives to the UKs most commonly eaten seafood of cod, tuna, haddock, prawns and salmon. Not the sexiest fish in the sea but pilchards can be transformed in dishes like this linguine with cavolo nero, lemon and pine nuts. #neptunesbounty
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Mr V has done really well tonight! Dinner was πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ#mymancancook Tuna was brushed will oil and seared for 2 min on each side and served with chargrilled pepper and tomato salsa. For the salsa: 125 ml olive oil, 2 tbsp orange juice, 2 tbsp lemon juice, some olives, 2 large tomatoes (peeled and diced), some capers, fresh or dried thyme, a pinch of salt &pepper. Mix all of the ingredients and let them sit for a little bit. We love to eat this as a cold dish - place the seared tuna in the salsa and leave it in the fridge overnight. It tastes amazing the next day πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ
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Salmon, samphire and pak choi. Very healthy and great flavours.
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Kippers and chilli veg. Wow, this has a real kick to it!
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Today’s breakie accompanied with some grainy toast! eaten outside in the spring sunshine, a vitamin D dose along with some vits & minerals, hearty healthy fats & my low GI carbs. #cafeathome #vitd #goodbyewinter #hellospring #oilyfish #weekendbrunch #medditeraneanfood #dietitiansofinstagram #mintnutrition

My homemade dishes rich on lots of vitamins and lower the cholesterol level. They prevent high blood pressure and heart diseases 🍣🍀🍱 Fried in vegetable oil. Sushi with oily fish. Seaweed, salmon, various vegetables and fruit with c-vitamins 🌺

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Heart Health ❣
We all should know a healthy lifestyle is essential for a healthy heart- a healthy balanced diet, getting plenty of exercise, limiting alcohol and not smoking πŸ‘πŸ»
From a diet perspective here are some hints and tips to help with heart health ❣
1️⃣ Eating plenty of fruit and vegetables- they provide us with vitamins, minerals, fibre and antioxidants which are all essential for heart health πŸ‡ 🌽
2️⃣ Eat more fish 🐟- especially oily fish which contains omega 3 which is thought to be beneficial for heart health! Aim to have 2 portions per week- one of which should be oily! 🐟
3️⃣ Eat less salt- too much salt increases our risk of high blood pressure which then puts more pressure on our heart! Try not to add salt while cooking or at the table and avoid eating high volumes of salty foods 🍟
4️⃣ Stick to healthier fats- where possible avoid high quantities of saturated and trans fats which tend to be high in processed foods and meat/dairy products! Stick to unsaturated and polyunsaturated, which can help lower cholesterol too! e.g. cook with olive oil and use olive oil based spreads!
5️⃣ Plant sterols and stanols- some products are advertised as being beneficial for heart health due to being fortified with plant sterols and stanols which are thought to lower cholesterol absorption! However these foods have to be consumed daily in fairly large quantities so may not be suitable for everyone!
6️⃣ Aim for a healthy weight- this will help prevent too much strain being put on our organs by carrying extra weight around! πŸ’—
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Salmon risotto 🍚🐑 with courgette, pepper, onion, garlic, green beans, herbs and parsley.
β€’ it was so delicious! Salmon is an oily fish which is recommended at least twice a week. It's a good source of omega-3 fatty acids that may help to protect your heart and reduce the severity of symptoms for depression.
β€’ fish is a good source of protein needed for muscle growth and recovery πŸ’ͺ

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"The results of our study suggest that frequent fish consumption by pregnant women is of benefit for their unborn child's development. This may be attributable to long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids within fish, but also due to other nutrients like vitamin D and E, which are also important for development... Our study therefore highlights the potential importance of subtle changes in the diet of healthy women with uncompromised pregnancies, beyond prematurity or nutritional deficiencies, in regulating infantile neurodevelopment," The authors suggest their results should be incorporated into counselling given to pregnant women about their diets.

Who is including fatty fish in their diet? It is one of the few foods I specifically recommenced including

Omega-3 fats are known as essential fats because they can?t be made in our body and so must be supplied in our diet. They can be divided into two groups ? short-chain and long-chain. The body is able to convert short-chain omega-3 fats, found in foods like flaxseed, rapeseed oil, walnuts and green, leafy veg, into long-chain omega-3s but this conversion process isn?t very efficient. In contrast, oil-rich fish such as mackerel, salmon, pilchards, sardines, trout, kippers, herring and fresh tuna are naturally rich in long-chain omega-3 fats, especially eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). In particular, it?s these ?ready-made? long-chain omega-3 fats in oily fish that have been linked to various health benefits. While oily fish are fantastic sources of the long-chain omega-3 fats, white fish and shellfish also help to boost intakes.
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ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS // 🐟 anti-inflammatory 🐟 prevent thickening of sebum 🐟 build skin barrier function 🐟 hydrate 🐟 #foodforyourface

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