Omega-3 fats have been in the spotlight for a long time now and most people are aware that it is good for the heart and supports immune health. Moreover, a recent study sheds some light on the impact of omega-3s on dementia prevention, which adds another great reason to ensure you get enough omega-3s in your diet.
The best sources of omega-3 fats are from fatty fish, such as salmon. But a common question I hear from my Vancouver client all the time is “I know salmon is good for me, but I don’t like it. Are there other options?” The answer is yes! Other fatty fish rich in omega-3 fats include herrings, sardines and mackerels. Oysters and rainbow trout have some omega-3 fats too but less than the aforementioned varieties.
So the next time you prepare a meal plan for the week, make sure to include at least 2 servings of fatty fish in your week.!