Don't forget the fish! Make a weekly meal plan and grocery list using this printable planner before hitting the supermarket. Find four of our favorite new seafood recipes here.
The USDA's MyPlate says “Twice a week, make seafood—fish and shellfish—the main protein food on your plate.” To see the real-life diet of our registered dietitians hoping to meet this goal, visit our Dish on Fish Blog.
Eating fish twice a week is good for your heart, your brain, and your entire body. To learn how fish are healthy from head-to-toe, visit the Human Body section.
Fish is low in total fat, high in protein, and rich in vitamins and minerals. For a nutrient breakdown of your favorite fish, visit the Nutrition Information About Seafood section.
Pregnancy is one of the most important times to be sure and eat plenty of fish. Read why in the Pregnancy section.
Health experts from around the world tout the benefits of a seafood-rich diet. Browse the science behind this suggestion in the Scientific Studies section.