October is National Seafood Month and we are celebrating all month long here at Seafood Nutrition Partnership!
Seafood, both fish and shellfish, provides essential nutrients to the body that support immune health.
Seafood is an excellent source of omega-3s and is a great lean protein to keep stocked in your fridge. See how you can reel in the benefits of eating seafood at least twice a week.
Eating seafood 2x a week is much easier than you think, especially with this 2x a week game plan! Check out our pro-tips to help you keep seafood on your table.
Heading out for a picnic? Don't forget the seafood! Use these 3 tips to get the perfect seafood picnic every time!
Fish steaks can be a delicious and nutritious way to add seafood diversity to your plate. Toss a fish steak on the grill and follow our simple tips to create a delightful meal.
Seafood can play a central role in aging with good health. Research shows people who regularly consume fish live an average of 2.2 years longer than those who don’t eat fish.
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.
The original Caesar salad has many health benefits but did you know it also has an interesting history? Happy National Salad Month!
What is kelp? Kelp is a large, brown seaweed that typically grows in shallow saltwater near coastal areas around the world. You can eat it raw, cooked, as a powder, and it’s included in a number of supplements.