Healthy living

Healthy-active-family lives!

It couldn’t be easier for you and your family to stay fit and healthy. You just have to do the basics well. Exercise and a proper diet, with seafood as one of the keys to unlocking the door to physical and mental well-being. Packed with nutritional goodness, seafood is a mouth-watering must on any dinner table - whether it’s a piece of line-caught cod, fresh prawns or tasty smoked salmon. Vitamins, minerals, proteins - crammed with the things you and your family need to keep you going in today’s busy world.

You are what you eat

A balanced diet is the foundation of a healthy lifestyle.
Here are some things you can do to get and stay healthy:

  • Take regular exercise to boost your energy supplies
  • Try to limit your intake of alcohol a day, 3-4 units for a man, 2-3 units
    for a woman
  • Your diet should contain all the main food groups - protein, fat,
    carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals
  • Five a day - eat plenty of fresh fruit and fresh vegetables
  • Include seafood in your weekly diet - try to eat at least two portions
    a week, one of which should be oil-rich

Seafood is packed with healthy goodness and is low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It is a great source of protein, healthy Omega 3 fatty acids and contains many essential vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin A, B6, calcium, iron, niacin and zinc. These are vital for the proper functioning of our bodies. They help to maintain healthy skin and hair, good vision, the immune system, brain function, healthy blood, healthy bones and teeth, so make sure you regularly check out our Recipe section.

Seven days
a week

Planning meals ahead can make it
simpler and more effective to stay fit
and healthy. Our new interactive meal planner helps you choose the right meals for the week to suit your lifestyle and your mood!

The Catch

Our regular online
magazine, The Catch,
brings you our latest
seafood special offers
as well as healthy living
tips. Inside there’s more
easy-to-read, in-depth recipe ideas and articles from leading chefs, as well as the chance to show the children how to grow up big and strong by eating the right kinds of food.

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