3 Delicious & Easy to Prepare Fish to Add to Your Diet

In almost every piece of diet advice out there, you’ll find a lot of information about eating fish. It is supposed to be an excellent source of lean protein that is a phenomenal addition to a healthy diet. Unless you live in a seaside area, or are just really good with cooking, you may not really know how to add this food to your diet. If this is you, take a look at these 3 healthy, yet still delicious fish choices to add to your diet.


You can’t mention easy fish preparation without mentioning salmon. This is one of the most widely eaten fish, and for good reason! Salmon is, first of all, really easy to tind. While it probably tastes best fresh, you may not have a fresh fish market near you. If you don’t, look for salmon in the frozen meat section of your grocery store. When you cook it, the healthiest option is to grill, broil, or bake the fish. Frying is not the best way to enjoy salmon, as it adds unnecessary calories. Adding some fresh herbs, lemon juice or zest, and some healthy sides like brown rice or fresh veggies can turn this into a delicious and relatively easy fishy dinner.

Mahi Mahi

This might be slightly more difficult to find than salmon, but as long as you’re in a relatively good sized town, it shouldn’t be too difficult. Mahi mahi makes a great sandwich or taco option. Grill or broil the fish, and then slap it on whole wheat buns for a delicious and healthy sandwich. Add the veggies of your choosing and enjoy. For fish tacos, broil or grill or boil your meat, saute them with onion, and add cilantro and pico de gallo. Then put it all together on your choice of tortilla and enjoy a delicious and healthy taco night.


Many people forget that tuna doesn’t only come in a can. You can get tuna in much bigger portions to cook different ways. Tuna is great as a meat addition to your salad, as you are already familiar with the taste, and therefore, it mixes well with an old familiar. It is also great on noodles, as a sandwich, and even as a stand alone entree choice. Experiment with your vegetable and side options, your spices, and your cooking styles to find out which is your favorite way to consume this familiar lunch or dinner treat.

When it comes to cooking fish, it just takes time, practice, and a little know-how. Take to the internet to find some great recipes and instructional videos. If you are uncomfortable, start with one fish and try cooking it multiple different ways until you get the hang of it. Then add another until you have a wide range of options to choose from. Eating fish is a great option for a healthy meal, so don’t be afraid to give it a go and enjoy the healthy benefits that come along with it.

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