Ensure a healthy lifestyle with Pangasius fish (for children too!)
June 21, 2018 | News, Sustainability | No Comments
Do you like to stay healthy? Nowadays, you are surely not the only one. During the last decade, more and more people are concerned with their health. Because of this healthy lifestyle movement, superfoods as avocados and quinoa are increasingly popular. Sometimes we forget that fish is also part of a healthy lifestyle. To stay healthy it is recommended to eat a piece of fish at least two times a week. Would you like to know how you could easily achieve this? Even if you possibly also have children (who are no big fish fans)? Then continue reading.
Everyone likes Pangasius
One of the best fish options, especially for people that are not that into fish, is Pangasius. This type of fish does not remind us so much of fish, because it is bone-free, has virtually no smell and it is easy to prepare. These characteristics make Pangasius also very suitable for children. Another benefit of Pangasius is its low price, making it affordable for everyone. This favourable price has nothing to do with the quality of Pangasius, but it is the result of the sustainable feed of Pangasius.
Pangasius excellent source of vitamins
Pangasius is just like most other fish types one of the healthiest food existing. It is a very good source of proteins and contains many vitamins and minerals. This is why we are recommended to eat a piece of fish at least twice a week. If you would like to know more about the health characteristics of Pangasius, you can have a look at the Pangasius health & nutrition facts.
Pangasius is easy to prepare
Pangasius is easy to cook with, especially when you have Pangasius fillets instead of whole Pangasius. If you would like to know what kind of delicious meals you could cook with Pangasius, have a look at our Pangasius recipes. In most countries, there are also pre-fried, already breaded and formed Pangasius fillets available in supermarkets. This requires even less preparation time and is very tasty.