No, not swimming for exercise, eating fish.
Fish is good for ones diet, thats a know fact. However, I struggle to find a fish that I like (fish sticks doesn't really count in my book as a healthy option for adults) and also something easy to prepare that won't leave my house stinking of fish.
Today I found an answer. As I was browsing the freshly frozen section of my local HyVee I fond crusted tilapia. It looked good, was priced $5 for two fairly large filets, and only required baking at 400 for 15 min. That's my kind of cooking!
While the fish baked I made some homemade version of "Gluten Free Rice-a-Roni" and microwaved some frozen veggies and here it is:
I have been on the search for a way to incorporate more fish into my diet ever since readying "The Wrinkle Cure" by Dr. Perricone. I have tried omega-3 and fish oil supplements on a semi-regular basis but the positives of eating it straight from the fish benefit a person much more.
Has anyone else read any of Dr. Perricones books? I would love to start a dialogue about it.
Much more on what I've learned from Dr. Perricone soon!