Did you know seafood has seasons? Many people associate seasonal eating with foods such as fruits and vegetables, but most don’t realize it applies to seafood as well.
Preparing seafood on a grill (or grill pan) actually makes for an easy, healthy, and delicious summertime meal that can be cooked in just a few minutes.
Seafood Nutrition Partnership is delighted to establish the SNP Awards. This annual awards program honors recipients who have demonstrated exceptional outreach and impact on increasing U.S. seafood consumption.
Trident Seafoods Executive Brings Passion, Dedication and Expertise to Board
Foodable.io in Seattle hosted a panel focused on mental health and the role a healthy diet and seafood plays.
Give your mom a break in the kitchen this Mother’s Day! Celebrate and show love to mom by cooking her the best seafood brunch she has ever had! Include some of these yummy seafood brunch bites on your Mother’s Day Brunch Menu. From smoked salmon to crab, shrimp and everything in between, these 15 recipes...
Eating fish can reduce stress and distress for new parents.
Fish is like a multivitamin for your brain. Fish is more than just an excellent source of lean protein and essential omega-3s, it provides other vitamins and minerals important for mental health. The nutrients that tend to be low in people who are depressed – vitamin D, magnesium, and zinc – are found in fish.
Cultural eating patterns and diets rich in seafood, such as a Mediterranean Diet, are noted to reduce inflammation, one of the ways eating fish appears to reduce depression.
Anxiety and depression affect at least 6% of adults in the United States – or 1 in 17 - with twice as many women as men affected, and it occurs across all ages. People who regularly eat fish are 20% less likely than their peers to have depression.