Upgrade from traditional smashed avocado on toast

Posted on :  November 16, 2020

by Ashleigh Feltham
Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist

Avocado is a trendy fruit and is often seen smashed on toast. Stand out from the crowd with these seafood recipes. Your body will reap additional health benefits from the quality seafood provided by Safcol Seafood which include:

  1. Omega-3 fat for a healthy heart
  2. Iron for optimal immune function and providing oxygen to the cells throughout your body.
  3. Protein to maintain your muscles.
  4. Zinc for optimal immune function.
  5. Vitamin D which allows calcium to be absorbed properly in your body to keep your bones strong.
  6. B12 and choline for a normal central nervous system function.
  7. Iodine and selenium to allow your thyroid to produce hormones for a healthy metabolism

On top of these reasons to upgrade your traditional smashed avocado on toast, these recipes are Instagram worthy to make you stand out among the crowd. Try one of these recipes today:

Tuna Black Bean Avocado Tostadas

Tuna black bean avocado tostadas


Avocado Salmon Salad Burger

Avocado salmon salad burger

Tuna Guacamole Stacks

Tuna guacamole stacks

Smoked Salmon Breakfast Burrito

Smoked salmon breakfast burrito

Tuna Avocado with Seafood Sauce

Tuna avocado with seafood sauce

Take home message

Upgrade your social media presence and the health benefits your body will receive by selecting one of these recipes from Safcol Seafood. With this upgrade you will be a trend setter in the making.

Not only is Safcol the Seafood Experts tuna lunchbox friendly, but it also tastes delicious, and boasts some amazing health benefits! Tuna contains Omega-3 fats that are an unsaturated form of fat called polyunsaturated. These types of fats cannot be made by the body, so we need to include them as part of our diet to stay healthy. For good health, you need omega-3 fats in our diet, particularly the type which comes from fish and seafood because it contains two acids known as docosahexaenoic acid or DHA and eicosapentaenoic acid or EPA. These two acids are linked to better health for your body particularly for your brain and heart.