For hundreds of years, it has been well known that fish is an important part of a healthy diet.
Eating fish (at least twice a week) is recommended by leading health bodies for protection against heart diseases, stroke, diabetes, blood pressure and for improved brain function. Fish is a great source of protein and high in all of the 9 essential amino acids.
The For Aisha Salmon & Sweet Potato Mash and Cambodian Fish & Coconut Curry recipes are a perfect way to introduce your little one to healthy fish meals.
Salmon is rich in Omega 3, a fatty acid that is key to a child’s development. It is known to improve eye health and vision, increase bone and joint health by boosting the amount of calcium in bones, and is crucial for brain development. You can find this flavoursome fish in our Salmon & Sweet Potato Mash pouch, suitable for the ages of 7months+.
Cod is a mild tasting fish. It’s a fantastic source of protein for a growing toddler – which is why we’ve included it in our Cambodian Fish & Coconut Curry tray meal. It’s also a wonderful source of B Vitamins that promote brain function and prevent infection.
Why not give our award-winning, nutritious fish recipes a try now and let your little one set sail to a taste adventure like no other!
Leading dietitian, Priya Tew endorses our fish recipes and provided these factual statements:
-“Salmon is a fabulous source of omega 3 fatty acids which can have benefits for heart health, brain function and vision. Oily fish is also a source of vitamin D.”
-“White fish is low in fat and provides protein. It is recommended that we eat 2 portions of fish a week.”
-“For Aisha’s recipes are a great way to introduce your little one to fish with the gentle inclusion of lovely tasting and smelling herbs and spices. These meals will broaden their taste repertoire so they will hopefully eat more fish later in life, and the staggered introduction of textures for each age range is fantastic for chewing development.”
To top it off, our dishes are also completely dairy-free, gluten-free and halal. What’s not to love? To see what else is on our menu, visit www.foraisha.com.
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