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Trying to Become a Fish Fan

Trying to Become a Fish Fan

Probably similar to you I always have the intention to eat healthier.  One of the things that I thought I would try is to introduce more fish into my diet.

According to the Harvard School of Public Health, eating fish once or twice a week can improve your overall health.

Fish has been shown to decrease the chances of dying of heart disease and potentially reduce the risk of stroke, depression, Alzheimer’s and other chronic diseases.

One thing that is recommended though is that we choose to eat fish that are lower in mercury.  Alberta Health has provided a list of fish to both eat and avoid.

The thing I’ve always found the most difficult with fish is actually cooking it. I find it really easy to eat the frozen, breaded fish – probably because it’s mostly bread and very little fish – but I imagine that this isn’t probably the healthiest choice.

So here is my goal.

I want to find ways to cook fish that it tastes so delicious that I can easily replace two meals a week without any objections from my family.

I found the following infographic on different ways to cook fish.  I think the trick is to sometimes just get started and adjust as you go.

How about you? Do you eat much fish?