Haddock and Vitamins

February 8, 2019 by Admin

Haddock is rich in a few very important vitamins that people have a hard time obtaining from their regular diet. One of the most important being vitamin D. Vitamin D is essential for promoting healthy bone growth. It allows your bones to better absorb calcium. Studies have found that most people are deficient in Vitamin D, so by eating haddock once a week you can increase your Vitamin D uptake.

Haddock is also rich in a variety of different B vitamins. This includes niacin, folate and pantothenic acid, vitamin B-12, vitamin B-6, thiamin and riboflavin. Together, these vitamins help your body to form red blood cells and to properly metabolize your food.

So make today and Jazzy's a Haddock Fish and Chips day.