Fish and seafood have been proven to be an important part of a healthy, well-balanced diet. So much so that the 2015 Dietary Guidelines recommend getting at least two servings of a variety of seafood per week. Because salmon, tuna and other seafood are lean, high-quality proteins, rich in nutrients like omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, selenium, zinc and more, they are healthy choices for all. This toolkit points out the health beneﬁts seafood oﬀers everyone, especially those with speciﬁc health conditions or nutritional needs – pregnant and nursing women, children, the elderly, diabetics, or even the budget-conscious.
This toolkit is sponsored by Chicken of the Sea. Word versions and JPEG images of the kit contents are available at Chicken of the Sea.