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.
For men's health, seafood twice a week can help to promote health and reduce their risk of chronic disease.
The original Caesar salad has many health benefits but did you know it also has an interesting history? Happy National Salad Month!
Give your mom a break in the kitchen this Mother’s Day! Celebrate and show love to mom by cooking her the best seafood brunch she has ever had! Include some of these yummy seafood brunch bites on your Mother’s Day Brunch Menu. From smoked salmon to crab, shrimp and everything in between, these 15 recipes...
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.
Introducing a variety of seafood into your diet is both good for you and for the ecosystem. Here, we’ll explore why it is important to think about seafood diversity.
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?
Seafood sustainability has made a lot of progress in the past 20 years. You can feel good and confident about enjoying delicious seafood.
Celebrating Women's History Month with a showcase of some of the pioneers and innovators in the seafood industry.