Many of us eat little fish or seafood in the course of a week, which is a pity, as fish is a great source of protein that happens to be low in saturated fat. Indeed, fish is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, the good fats our bodies need but cannot manufacture. Make it a goal to include fish in your diet, preferably twice a week.
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Cod is easily available, and usually fairly inexpensive. It's relatively mild-tasting, which means it's an easy fish to add flavor with. A simple drizzle of lemon, garlic, olive oil combined with a sliver of butter for added flavor, and some fresh chopped parsley make this heart-healthy fish dish divine.
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Add some zest to your seafood with these fiesta-style scallops. Scallops are mild, delicate and appeal even to those who are not terribly fond of seafood. They're quick and easy to cook, too. If you need some help on what to look for when shopping for scallops, try this handy guide to buying fresh scallops.
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This fish pie counts as comfort food, but it's comfort food lite. Instead of making a sauce using a butter and flour base, the sauce is thickened with cornstarch. Only the potato topping has a small amount of butter in it. Cod is perfect for this pie, but other white fish would be great, too.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements. Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Updated August 4, 2021.