The American Heart Association recommends, “Keep saying yes to fish twice a week for heart health.”
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America. Fortunately, many risk factors are things we have control over – such as our food and lifestyle choices. Making nutritious food choices and working in physical activity throughout the day are two excellent ways to help keep your family’s heart beating strong. Did you know...
Heart disease is up to 90% preventable with proper diet, exercise and lifestyle modifications.
These simple and delicious fish street tacos are great for a family meal. Recipe by dietitian and TV host Annessa Chumbley.
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?
Eating seafood twice a week helps reduce the risk of dying from heart disease by 36%.
Alaska Crab Mac & Cheese is a very tasty - and easy - way to get your little seafoodies smiling for more seafood! Recipe from Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute
Citrus is in! What’s not to love about pairing oranges, limes, tangerines, lemons with fish! Citrus fruits are often used in cooking to “brighten” flavors, and works well to counter many of the briny flavors present in seafood. This is why lemon and fish can go so well together. The salt and the acid balance...
New Scientific Paper Shows $12.7 Billion Lost Annually Due to Low Seafood Omega-3 Consumption A new paper co-authored by Dariush Mozaffarian titled Cardiometabolic disease costs associated with suboptimal diet in the United States: A cost analysis based on a microsimulation model was recently published in PLoS Medicine. The authors estimated the cost associated with a suboptimal diet...