Only 10% of the average kid's protein comes from this health-boosting source. Find out ways to introduce more seafood into your kids' diet.
Julie welcomes Linda Cornish, President of the Seafood Nutrition Partnership, a non-profit organization inspiring a healthier America through a balanced diet that includes seafood.
Grilling seafood is not complicated and makes for an easy, healthy and delicious summertime meal that can be cooked in just a few minutes.
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.
Fish provide key nutrients that support a child’s brain development according to the FDA updated advice about eating fish.
The Walton Family Foundation has provided funding to the Seafood Nutrition Partnership (SNP) to support the Eat Seafood America! campaign to help the fishing communities and seafood businesses that have championed sustainable seafood over the past two decades. As COVID-19 has disrupted the seafood supply chain in unprecedented ways, the Walton Family Foundation recognized immediately...
“Eat Seafood, America!” is the driving message of an effort aimed at helping Americans stay healthy during this COVID-19 public health crisis as well as help boost the U.S. seafood economy, supporting the 2 million American workers in the seafood industry.
Americans ate 16.1 pounds of seafood in 2018, a slight uptick from the year prior, bringing seafood consumption to an 11-year high.
Annual diet-related cardiometabolic disease costs are $301/person, which translates to $50.4 billion for the general population. Seafood omega-3 fats contributed $76 per person.
SCIENTIFIC REVIEW SHOWS CHILDREN CAN GAIN AN AVERAGE OF 7.7 FULL IQ POINTS >>> New research published by 13 leading dietary fats scientists highlights the tremendous health benefits from consuming seafood for infant and adolescent brain development.