Why Sushi?

As has been widely reported, fish contains Omega-3 fatty acids. Nutritional experts recommend that adults should each eat two to three servings of fish dishes like sushi every week to achieve the necessary levels of Omega-3 intake. 

Amongst these Omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA are particularly known to be good for our health and are known to be effective in controlling heart disease; to alleviate rheumatoid arthritis; cancer and stroke prevention; brain and nerve system development; and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease and depression.

Results of Omega-3 Intake by eating Sushi

Eating sushi or other fish dishes every week is the tastiest solution to improving your health as follows:

Different Types of Sushi

Sushi is becoming increasingly popular around the world due to its health benefits and a growing understanding of the benefits of eating fish. Despite people’s perceptions, sushi isn’t raw fish, that’s Sashimi and the most popular ingredient in sushi.

Sushi is a type of rice seasoned with vinegar with added ingredients to make a whole host of sushi dishes including:

The key seasonings used in sushi are soy sauce and wasabi (Japanese horseradish). Soy sauce is used as a dipping sauce, and wasabi is put into nigiri-zushi and is sometimes mixed with soy sauce for dipping.

Pickled ginger called gari, is commonly served with sushi while green tea (agari) is the best drink to enjoy with sushi.

Tenkaichi Sushi & Noodle Bar

At Tenkaichi Sushi & Noddle Bar in Cardiff, we serve a range of delicious and nutritious sushi dishes as well as a selection of other traditional Japanese dishes with a British twist, including the very popular Bento Boxes.

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