NUTRITION

Seafood is a powerhouse, high-protein food that is low in calories, total fat, and saturated fat. It fuels our bodies with vitamins and minerals that have been shown to have numerous health benefits at all life stages, from birth to old age. Recent studies have shown that eating seafood can decrease the risk of heart attack, stroke, obesity, and hypertension.

See what eating seafood a couple of times a week for lunch and dinner can do for you throughout your life!

  • Calories and Protein: Seafood is a low-calorie, complete protein source. A 3-oz. serving of fish provides 30% to 40% of the average recommended daily amount of protein.
  • Fat and Cholesterol: Seafood is generally low in fat and cholesterol. A large proportion of the fat in seafood is polyunsaturated, including omega-3 fatty acids, which are well known for reducing the risk of heart disease and contributing to brain and vision development in infants.
  • Vitamins and Minerals: Fish is a natural source of B-complex vitamins, vitamin D, and vitamin A, which are associated with the healthy development of the nervous system, healthy vision and skin, and bone development, respectively. Fish is also a good source of minerals such as selenium, zinc, iodine, and iron, which provide valuable antioxidants, immune-system health, thyroid gland function, and red blood cell production, respectively.

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