Key reasons to eat more fish
Reduced risk of dementia
Consuming fish more than once a week is associated with reduced risk of developing dementia in older adults.
reduced risk of heart disease
Eating fish at least twice a week has even further benefits with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, and stroke.
reduced risk of macular degeneration
Consuming fish at least twice a week has even further benefits to age-related macular degeneration in the eyes.
PART OF THE PROTEIN RICH FOOD GROUP
Fish has nutrients such as: iodine, iron, zinc, vitamins, B12 and essential fatty acids
The National Health and Medical Council together with the Australian Department of Health have provided a number of information pieces on not only the benefits of eating fish but how to manage a balanced diet (Source: Australian Government)
Their findings have shown that eating fish regularly can deliver various health benefits across different areas as outlined above.