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.
For men's health, seafood twice a week can help to promote health and reduce their risk of chronic disease.
Every 5 years the science is updated to showcase what Americans should eat for our best health. What is the latest Dietary Guidelines for seafood?
For Women's Health, good nutrition is important to feeling your best self. Let’s celebrate the strength and beauty of women.
This year's National Nutrition Month theme, Personalize Your Plate, is perfect for seafood. There are more than 500 species to choose from & it pairs perfectly with your favorite flavors - classic dill & lemon, a pop of chili lime, maple, mustard, miso, pesto.
Did you know that eating seafood twice a week could help to improve your omega-3 levels and reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease?
The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee found compelling evidence that seafood improves many measures of kids’ brain development.
Seafood, both fish and shellfish, provides essential nutrients to the body that support immune health.
March is National Nutrition Month, a nutrition education and information campaign created annually by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Eating fish during pregnancy – whether canned, cooked from frozen or fresh – is a good way to get the nutrients you and your baby need.