Dipping sauces are an easy way to enhance the flavors of everything from fish tacos to fish sticks. We've got 11 ways to pair seafood & dipping sauces!
How are we celebrating Heart Month? With lots of seafood and avocados because they are both heart-healthy, packed with “good fats”. Plus, seafood always goes well with fruits and veggies. There’s nothing like vibrant colors and delicious flavors. We like this combo because the avocado brings out the sweetness in seafood, whether shellfish or fish....
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.
Seafood omega-3s EPA and DHA help reduce inflammation throughout the body that can damage your heart.
Eating seafood twice a week helps reduce the risk of dying from heart disease by 36%.
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.