Recipe developed by the Savvy Saving Couple and provided by Gorton's Seafood
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) deaths continue to be the leading cause of death worldwide.
As the Boomers age into retirement, the buzz around “healthy aging” has never been more prevalent.
The health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to be important throughout the lifespan.
Unhealthy diets pose a greater risk to morbidity and mortality than does unsafe sex and alcohol, drug and tobacco use combined, according to a new report from the EAT-Lancet Commission.
Research shows that seafood nutrition benefits students of all ages. That’s why the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and American Academy of Pediatrics both say kids should eat fish at least twice a week.
Recipe from Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute
Seafood omega-3s EPA and DHA help reduce inflammation throughout the body that can damage your heart.
February is National Canned Food Month, a great opportunity to update your ‘cantry’ with some seafood staples. Did you know that cans are one of the easiest and most affordable ways to get seafood in your kids’ lunch boxes and on the dinner table?
While all fish are excellent high-quality protein options, seafood with the highest amounts of omega-3s are packed with the most heart, brain, eye and overall health benefits.