How often do YOU eat fish?
You’re probably already aware that you’re supposed to eat your weekly doses of fish. Studies even found that one or two 3oz servings of fatty fish each week can lower your risk of heart disease by 36%. Fish are a healthy and lean source of protein.
And the oily kinds, like salmon, sardines, tuna, and mackerel, deliver those omega-3 fats your heart and brain love. But then there’s also this concern about our environment and choosing sustainable seafood.
Also, let’s not forget that some fish are healthier than others, and some are downright hazardous if eaten in excess. So, if you’re like us, you often stand at the fish counter a little confused: “What’s good for me AND mother nature?”
We did some digging to find the healthiest fish you could eat when it comes to nutritional benefits and mercury content. So check out the truth about what you should eat… Plus, what fish should you avoid?