What you need to know:
Salmon is an extremely versatile fish, packed with omega-3-fatty acids and many other nutrients.
Salmon is available fresh, canned, dried or smoked, but to make the most of its nutritional benefits it’s best to select sustainably caught fresh salmon.
What to look for:
Firm fillets that smell fresh, like the sea.
How to store it:
Salmon is exceptionally sensitive to shifts in temperature, so it is important to get it in the fridge as soon as possible. Fresh salmon is best consumed the same day it is purchased.
Why you should try it:
Salmon is a nutritional powerhouse. An excellent source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D, salmon improves cognition, guards joints against inflammation and helps regulate your blood sugar.