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Fish Rich in Omega-3

Some of our Omega-3 stars are Salmon, Tuna and Mussels:

  1. We supply Salmon Fillets and Steaks daily, year round;
  2. Tuna is dependent on the fishermen's catch. But it freezes very well so you can buy more than you need and freeze the remainder;
  3. We supply live Mussels in the shop daily. They  are easy to cook: Fill a big pot with water, pop mussels in the pot with the lid on, turn on the heat to high, once at boiling point check that the mussel shells have opened, discard any that haven't opened. You can serve the mussels in the shell with a dab of garlic and herb butter.

The healthy lowdown: 

Tuna:

High in Omega-3, Tuna contains Protein, Niacin/B3,Thiamin/B1, B6, Selenium, and Potassium. A nutrient-dense food that’s good for your heart and blood. Some studies have found it improves grumpy teenager's moods!

Salmon:

High in Omega-3. Salmon contains Protein, Vitamin D, Selenium, Niacin/B3, B12, and Magnesium. Famous for it’s Omega-3 content Salmon is considered the food to eat for healthy cardiovascular systems, healthy eyes, joints and improved mood. Salmon’s Omega-3 has also been associated with decreased risks for some cancers.

Mussels

Mussels are rich in Vitamin B12 which helps the nervous system, protein and omega-3. They provide the body with potassium, magnesium and iron which are beneficial for the bones, muscles and blood.

They are easy to cook and are low in calories and cholesterol.  Mussels have been a hot topic since the 1960’s when scientists discovered that green-lipped mussels contained anti-inflammatory nutrients. They are now eaten around the world by sufferers of Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis to treat these debilitating conditions.