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.
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.
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?
In The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Dr. Oken of Harvard concludes consuming seafood while pregnant is beneficial for baby brain development and shows no harm.
The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee found compelling evidence that seafood improves many measures of kids’ brain development.
Eating fish during pregnancy – whether canned, cooked from frozen or fresh – is a good way to get the nutrients you and your baby need.
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.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) deaths continue to be the leading cause of death worldwide. A just-published study reviewed the relationship between 12 dietary risk factors and heart disease in 51 countries in the World Health Organization European Region from 1990 to 2016.