School season is finally here! Our kid-friendly seafood recipes are super easy and fun to make. Whether it's favorites like pizza, tacos, or fish sticks, you'll find healthy versions of all the dishes your children love, with a touch of seafood.
The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee found compelling evidence that seafood improves many measures of kids’ brain development.
So, what gets kids to be more willing to eat a food that isn’t coated in sugar or shaped like their favorite superhero? Try these ideas on for size.
Guest post by Dana Angelo White: I rely on a few quick weeknight dinner hacks to help ensure there are no hangry folks under my roof.
Seafood is an excellent source of top quality protein, and compares favorably with meat and chicken. Not only that, it’s packed with many essential nutrients your body needs to function well, every day! We really could go on and on about the amazing benefits seafood has to offer, but let’s start with these 5 to help you get it easily to your dining table!
These 15 tasty, healthy, and easy weeknight dinners will help get you through the week. These recipes are busy family approved and ready in no time so you don’t have to worry or stress!
The benefits of seafood for kids are big! So how do moms get their kids to eat more of this delicious, nutritious food? We talked to hundreds of moms and asked top nutrition experts and chefs for their input - all parents with tested-true tips.
The benefits of seafood for kids are big! Fish and shellfish supply the nutrients, vitamins and omega-3s essential for strong bones, brain development, and healthy heart and immune system.
There are great benefits to having traditions like pizza night -- and pizza is a really great way to introduce kids to seafood!
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.