Fish is a good source of lean protein and heart friendly omega 3 fatty acids. However, some fish should be avoided, not only for their mercury and lead content, but for the negative impact growing these fish variety have on the environment. Read on to know which top 5 fish are considered greener and healthier.
As a way to celebrate American Fishermen, Fish + People Inc. (Fishpeople), introduced a customized packaging of its new line of Wild Caught Frozen Fillets by putting a picture of the fisherman and where the fish was caught on every package. Because of this very “personal” kind of promotion, consumers get hooked in buying the seafood meals to know who caught the fish that they’ll about to eat. Isn’t that just brilliant?
A recent research review reveals that the consumption fish more than three times a week during pregnancy by women will lead to obesity problems in their kids in the future.
Seafood is great to the taste and the health. The average serving of fish would provide you with a vast amount of nutrients your body would constantly thank you for. If you love fish then this might give you an idea on how to make your next dish. Provided is a list of 5 different ways you can enjoy a fishy meal.
The FDA claimed that AquAdvantage salmon could help fulfill the growing food demands of the world and can relieve the pressure on fisheries.
A Swedish study suggests, that older people who eat plenty of fish and vegetables may live longer than people who don't. The two fatty acids found in fish - EPA and DHA were associated with roughly 20 percent lower odds of death for both men and women.
Fisheries in the U.S. aren't the cleanest in the world. It turns out they toss a staggering 22 percent, or about 2 billion pounds of fish per year, back into the ocean.
While too much protein may not be good for you, it turns out that some may help you age more gracefully--at least in men.
There's been a lot of concern over the radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster after a tsunami struck Japan. But how exactly will this radiation affect you and the fish you eat--if at all?
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization issued a call to consume more fish heads.