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The Surprising Food You Should Be Including In Your Breakfast
By Elaina Friedman
The word “breakfast” may conjure up images of a stack of pancakes or waffles topped with maple syrup, eggs accompanied by strips of bacon, or a bowl of yogurt with fruit and granola. However, there are many other options for your morning meal, and starting your day with a serving of fish comes with a host of health benefits.
Eating two or more seafood-centric meals per week can help you keep up your cardiovascular health, and getting that fish in early in your day never hurts. In addition, the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish can do wonders for overall cognitive health and brain function, and the vitamins present in fish are good for the complexion.
To easily add fish to your breakfast, drape some cured or smoked salmon or trout over your avocado toast or toss it in a breakfast taco or egg bake. If you have a little more time in the morning, you can try the Japanese tradition of serving fish over steamed rice alongside vegetables.