Celebrate your sweetheart as if every day is Valentine's Day with a few rolls of delicious and healthy sushi.
It often takes a seasoned sushi eater to convince a newbie that raw fish is delicious. One way to approach the issue is by addressing the many health benefits of sushi. Think of it this way, when you suggest sushi for dinner, you're really saying is that you love your honey. It's a perfectly decent excuse! Don't believe me? Check out these sushi health facts below!
Sushi Is High in Antioxidants
The antioxidants found in sushi have been discovered to preserve the cellular structure of the skin, which, in turn, slows down aging.
Sushi Boosts the Immune System
After 2020, we can all agree that increasing immunity is pretty important, so 'nuff said.
Sushi Is High in Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Omega-3s do A LOT for the human body including reducing anxiety and depression, improve heart and eye health, and lower the risk of heart disease.
Sushi Helps Raise the Production of Red Blood Cells
There's iron in them thar fish! Iron helps to boost red blood cell production which staves off conditions like anemia—and sushi is chock full of it.
These reasons should be enough to convince your significant other that sushi is an ideal meal for lovebirds, no matter the time of year. Perhaps you'll get lucky and make a sushi connoisseur out of them! Until then, be sure to order in from Hapa Sushi or take advantage of their limited dine-in reservations!
*Photos courtesy of Hapa Sushi
Let us know in the comments what your favorite roll is at Hapa?