Healthy And Nutritious Seafood From Norway
Her World Malaysia|March - April 2020
Packed with nutrients and easy to cook, find out how Norwegian salmon and Fjord Trout can promote a healthful diet.

It’s common knowledge that fish and other seafood contain a number of nutrients necessary to the human body, such as vitamin D and Omega-3 fatty acid. The recommended intake of seafood is two servings per week and in general, Malaysia ranks among the highest in both local and international studies, indicating that we consume plenty of seafood. However, research by local medical bodies has shown that our intake of Omega-3 is far lower than what’s recommended by most international health organizations, especially among children and women who are pregnant and lactating – two key groups that critically need nutrients that support healthy growth.

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