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Be sure to make oily fish a weekly addition to your healthy back life journey.

  • Sardines

  • Sprats

  • Mackerel

  • Salmon

  • Herring

Oily fish consists of valuable omega 3 fatty acids that may have great benefits which include:

  • Protection against heart disease

  • Improved mental health, having a positive impact against depression

  • Protecting your joints

  • Reducing risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia

  • Helps reduce risk of Colon, Breast and Prostate Cancer

As you can see from the potential benefits above, eating oily fish makes a positive contribution to your diet. It's anti inflammatory components are especially good for those of us who are more mature in age as many of these health concerns increase during our older years. 


Also, oily fish contains a good source of Vitamin D which helps to strengthen our immune system which is our fighting defence against viral infections, which is so important in the times we are living in. 

Lacking in Vitamin D can cause bone deformity and a result of this is Rickets which is bow legs. Children ages 1-4 years are especially at risk of developing Rickets as their bones are much softer at this growing stage. 

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