Healthy fish recipes for all palates

Warm, sunny weather is just around the corner and with it an insatiable craving for fresh, quick meals that keep you outdoors as much as possible. Consider replacing some of the meat in your diet with healthy fish recipes.

White fish, like cod, haddock, and whiting, are low in calories and fat, but high in lean protein and have a very mild flavor, making them the perfect blank canvas for seasonings. It is also rich in minerals like selenium, an antioxidant essential for the functioning of the thyroid gland and which may reduce the risk of heart disease, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Just as the name suggests, oily fish, like salmon and tuna, have more oil in their fillets, making them a more substantial option than flaky, light white fish. This is also what makes it one of the best sources of omega-3 fatty acids, a type of good fat that plays an essential role in the fight against inflammation and, therefore, in the prevention of certain diseases. Relatively low in calories and high in protein, oily fish have also been linked to help with cardiovascular disease and heart attacks and lower cholesterol.

TL; DR — when it comes to choosing your protein, fish is always a good choice (sorry @ red meat). In fact, the American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least twice a week. So, mark these healthy fish recipes for future meals.

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