Experts agree that eating seafood twice a week can do wonders for your health. Fish contains the powerful polyunsaturated fatty acids, Omega-3s. The only way to get Omega-3s is through the food that you eat; your body can’t produce them on its own. So, get smart and serve seafood at least twice a week.
*Contains 32 mg of EPA and DHA per serving, which is 20% of the 160 mg daily value for a combination of EPA and DHA.
It's no surprise that research shows that Omega-3s may play an important role in a child's:
- Brain development;
- Heart health.
Studies have shown that Omega-3s may help your:
- Heart by lowering your risk of heart disease;
- Body by relieving joint pain;
- Brain by reducing memory loss.
This little seafood has gotten a big reputation for being high in cholesterol. Not true! Shrimp-lovers rejoice — research has shown that the high percentages of “good fats” in shrimp actually reduce the impact of cholesterol. Visit eatshrimp.com
to learn more.