Helps maintain good overall health, providing essential fatty acids that our body cannot produce itself.
A widely shared remedy for feeling better after a big night out on the sauce.
An excellent source of protein, used for building and repairing tissues.
Essential for good organ functionality, maintaining the nervious system, and strong bones.
Niacin helps maintain general good health, and in high doses can help lower cholesterol.
Vitamin B6 is important in helping your body store energy from protein and carbs. It's also critical to maintaining healthy levels of oxygen in your blood.
Important for creating new red blood cells which transport oxygen around the body, and ensuring maximum energy gets released from the food you eat.
Thiamin helps break down and release energy from carbs. It's also beneficial for proper functioning of the nervous system, brain, muscles, heart, and digestive system.
Magnesium helps convert food into energy. Also helps promote good bone health by supporting the production of certain hormones.
Responsible for regulating fluid balance and controlling the electrical activity of the heart and other muscles.
Zinc also helps wounds heal properly, aids our sense of taste and smell, and ensures proper development during pregnancy.
Nutritional value in one fillet of Wild Salmon...
(% RDA in 115g)
Absent Nutrients: Carbohydrate, Fiber, Vitamin C
Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) % shown for adult females, as published by the NHS (UK).
Foods rich in protein which contain good fats, commonly eaten by those looking to gain muscle mass.
Foods which have been shown to improve cognitive function in test environments.
Foods low in Sodium, and rich in Potassium, which should form part of a diet aimed to reduce blood pressure and improve heart health.
Those with diabetes should aim to consume low-GI foods to avoid spikes in blood sugar levels. These Low-GI foods provide natural, slow-release energy.
Fatty Acids can play an important role in our overall health, and our bodies cannot produce them all organically.
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