The Saucy Fish Co. are pleased to announce their partnership with leading dietitian, Dr Sarah Schenker.
Sarah will be working alongside Saucy as their official dietician, providing an authoritative voice on the benefits of eating fish as part of a healthy balanced diet, encouraging and inspiring consumers to eat more fish, more often.
Having publically endorsed the benefits of eating fish for many years, Sarah brings a wealth of knowledge to the partnership. Sarah will be providing nutritional advice to the media and to consumers across Saucy’s social channels and through The Dock, Saucy’s online monthly magazine. She will also be involved in the development of seasonal recipes and supporting innovation within Saucy’s new product development team.
Dr Sarah Schenker is a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist. She is a member of the British Dietetic Association, The Nutrition Society, The Association for Nutrition and The Guild of Health Writers and has served on both professional and government committees.
TOP 5 ‘FISH TIPS’ FROM DR SARAH SCHENKER
The Saucy Fish Co.’s dietitian, Dr Sarah Schenker, shares her top 5 resaons to enjoy more fish, more often:
1. Did you know a healthy diet should consist of two portions of per week? Make sure you’re eating enough fish; there are so many different types of seafood available and a whole host of amazing recipes out there so there’s no excuse to be missing out on your recommended fish intake.
2. Oily fish, such as salmon, is rich sources of omega 3 fatty acids, which are essential for good mental health, brain function, energy production and to keep you heart healthy.
3. Salmon is also a great post gym snack as the protein helps to reduce inflammation, regulate insulin levels and support joints. The Saucy Fish Co.’s Ready to Eat range of salmon fillets and complimentary sauces are all precooked so ideal if you’re looking for protein on-the-go.
4. There are many benefits from eating fish including improving your appearance. Fish contains nutrients that are needed for healthy hair, strong nails and smooth skin.
5. Struggling to get the little ones to eat fish? Take them to the supermarket or fishmongers with you and get them to choose which products they want to try. If you involve them in the process they may be more inclined to try the end result.