Strong seafood science is our foundation.
Seafood helps support your family’s health. Pregnant women who eat seafood at least twice a week have babies with higher IQs with an average gain of about 7.7 IQ points. Kids who eat seafood feel calmer and have a better ability to focus, which helps them do better in school. Seafood has even been proven to reduce stress and anxiety and also promotes improved sleep! In these uncertain times, it is good to know that seafood has immune-boosting health properties including vitamin D, zinc, and selenium.
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Ask the Expert series on Instagram with Lauren Manaker who is an expert on fertility, pregnancy, and infant nutrition.
SNP President Linda Cornish is the special guest on the Omega Matters
In this episode, Drs. Harris and Jackson talk to Linda Cornish of Seafood Nutrition Partnership about the importance of seafood nutrition across all demographics and why seafood & pregnancy is such a hot topic right now.
SNP President Linda Cornish is the special guest on the CONCH Podcast
Did you know that seafood is chock-full of nutrients that are critical to brain, heart, and overall health? While seafood is one of the most researched food sources in terms of nutritional benefits, much of this information wasn’t communicated to consumers—until Seafood Nutrition Partnership came along. In the latest episode of The Conch podcast, we learn how one woman has made it her mission to make sure Americans eat seafood twice a week to support their health, the health of the seafood industry, and the health of fishers and coastal communities around the world.
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.
In case you missed it live:
Ask the Expert Series has featured SNP RD Jessica Miller; chef and sustainability expert Barton Seaver; and Karman Meyer, RD, author of “Eat to Sleep”
A deep dive into omega-3 science with dietitian and Science Council member Gretchen Vannice.
Gretchen is author of the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics’ position paper on seafood and omega-3s as well as several research studies.
All things oyster conversation with SNP’s Jessica Miller and Julie Qiu, SNP Ambassador, International Oyster Expert and founder of In A Half Shell.
Love oysters, but don’t know much about them? You’ve come to the right place to learn!
Fight food waste with innovative solutions in this discussion with SNP’s Jessica Miller and dietitian Rosanne Rust, of @chewthefacts
A conversation with the author of Zero Waste Cooking for Dummies, talking about tips to minimize food waste, utilize your pantry and delicious, nutritious budget-friendly seafood options.
Conversation & cookalong with dietitian Dana White, author of 10 cookbooks, including the Healthy, Quick & Easy College Cookbook
Watch for a fun take on tuna melts that anyone – including a college student – can make, plus win one of her cookbooks!
Dietitian and yoga instructor Mandy Enright led us through a short meditation and conversation about how nutrition impacts overall health & well being, and the importance of movement throughout the day.
Ask the Expert series on Instagram with SNP ambassador, sustainability expert, chef, author and Harvard educator Barton Seaver
- Instagram Live – A Conversation with Dr. Tom Brenna
- Top 10 Trends in Seafood as presented by Seafood Nutrition Partnership dietitian Jessica Miller at Today’s Dietitian Symposium
- Instagram Live – A Conversation on Mental Health in Seafood and with Seafood, with Monique Coombs from Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association, plus a fish taco cookalong from the Catch Cookbook
- Instagram Live – A Conversation about Menopause, Women’s Health & Eating for Healthy Aging, with Elizabeth Ward, RDN, co-author of The Menopause Diet Plan
- Instagram Live – A Conversation about The Mind Diet, how what we eat impacts our brain health, plus a cookalong with Laura Ali, RDN
- Live from the Smithsonian Folklife Festival: Riverence Director of Sustainability Todd English demonstrates simple trout preparations and shares information about sustainable seafood, aquaculture, and the health benefits of seafood.
- From the Smithsonian Folklife Festival: Forever Oceans Chef Mark Allison introduced audiences at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival x Earth Optimism to kanpachi/Amberjack, while having an engaging conversation with NASA Director of Applied Sciences Lawrence Friedl, discussing sustainable fish farming.
Learn about the large body of scientific evidence and seafood research that support eating seafood at least twice a week.
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