All About "seafood" and "fish"

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Five Ways to Eat More Fish during Pregnancy

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Fish is full of so many of the nutrients – lean protein, calcium, vitamin D, iron, and omega-3 fats – you need when you're expecting, but almost 90 percent of moms-to-be don't eat enough.

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Three Tips to Get Picky Eaters to Go Fish

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Seafood is such a perfect food for kids, and yet it is something that so many children don't eat, often only because their parents think that they won't.

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Five Facts about Fish That Might Surprise You

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There is no better time to include seafood in your diet than now. As families learn more about the health risks of a traditional low-seafood, high meat American diet, they are looking for healthy proteins to prepare. Fish, from fresh filets to convenient canned tuna, is making a real resurgence as a smart-eating staple.

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Find Healthy Foods Already In Your Pantry

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Cutting back on grocery bills - without sacrificing nutrition or flavor - is as easy as preparing the foods most families already keep stocked in their kitchen pantries. A return to basic whole foods can be a healthful change in the way families eat. In addition to canned fruits and vegetables and whole grains like rice and pasta, I always keep plenty of canned seafood like tuna on hand.

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Advice about Eating Seafood

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The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans name seafood among the handful of foods Americans should eat more of for heart and brain benefits.

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Make Seafood the Protein on Your Plate Twice a Week

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There's a new tool in town to help you fill your plate with tasty, healthy foods. MyPlate was created by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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