As you look for ways to create a culture of health and wellness around the importance of seafood nutrition, please feel free to utilize our resources and programs to support your efforts!
Below are universal resources, however, if you are a health or nutrition professional, working on workplace wellness, or trying to add more seafood in schools, there are additional resources for you. Thank you in advance for utilizing our resources for your outreach.
Health Condition Resources
These one-pagers offer tips and useful information based on the latest science:
- A Dive into Benefits for Kids
- A Dive into Women’s Health & Infant Outcomes
- A Dive into Mental Health & Depression
- A Dive into Cardiovascular Health
- A Dive into Diabetes
- A Dive into Healthy Aging
- A Dive into Sports Nutrition
SNP Programs were created for health and nutrition professionals, school educators, workplace wellness coordinators or just someone looking to learn more about seafood nutrition. The online programs reinforce key elements of chronic disease prevention, nutrition, and the importance of seafood for overall health and wellness.
Eating for Brain Health
Eating for Brain Health, an interactive cooking and nutrition workshop, is part of Seafood Nutrition Partnership’s commitment to the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health. LEARN MORE
Eating Heart Healthy
Eating Heart Healthy, an interactive cooking and nutrition workshop, is Seafood Nutrition Partnership’s signature program developed in partnership with Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Roxbury Tenants. The program is offered in a 1-session and 4-session format. LEARN MORE
Seafood in Schools
The Seafood In Schools Program is divided into five lessons with activities for each to help students put the knowledge gained into practice. The focus is on overall wellness, teaching kids the importance of health and nutrition and how to make healthy decisions for optimal wellness throughout their lives. Each module is made up of ideas for discussion, activities, and hands-on fun. Visit the Seafood In Schools page for resources.