Eating fish is good for which body part?
Lobster Biscuits, Lobster Tail, Parrot Bay Coconut Shrimp… my mouth waters just thinking about eating delicious Red Lobster seafood.
All of us have streets of choices when it comes to eating out. American, Italian, Mexican, Seafood, the choices go on and on. Whether you eat out regularly with family or for business, or if taking a night off of cooking is a treat, consider the health benefits of eating fish next time you are asked to place your order.
Muscles. Research shows that consuming fish aids in the building of muscles and tissues in your body.
Joints. Consuming fish may help you say goodbye to the aches and pains of rheumatoid arthritis.
Skin. The effects of sun damage have been shown to ease when fish is consumed. Eating fish may also relieve symptoms of eczema.
Heart. According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, consuming one serving of fish weekly can reduce one’s risk of cardiac arrest by 50-70%.
The reality is, fish is good for your WHOLE body.
You can forget doing the cooking and enjoy tasty seafood at Red Lobster for 10% off with discount Red Lobster gift cards. And, right now if you ‘like’ Red Lobster on Facebook you can grab a $5 off coupon that is good towards your next visit of two adult entrees. Stack discount Red Lobster gift cards with this $5 off coupon and multiply your seafood savings!
Most of the dishes on Red Lobster’s menu can be enjoyed guilt-free. Just stay clear of Cajun sauces that are calorie high, combo dishes, and anything that says ‘crispy’. Crispy = deep fried.
Eating healthy is so enjoyable, especially when you can spend less.