Sea Foods

5 Rules for Cooking Perfect Salmon Every Time
by Christian Heftel | June 13, 2015

Ah, salmon. It can be one of the juiciest, succulent and all around most delicious pieces of seafood to sink your teeth into. But when prepared incorrectly, it can be tough, smelly and generally ...

5 Fish to Avoid or Cut Back On
by Kristen Forbes | May 19, 2015

We all know there’s plenty of fish in the sea, but sometimes keeping track of which of fish could be unsafe to eat can be difficult. If you love your seafood and want to stay healthy, safe and ...

15 Grilled-Shrimp Dinner Recipes
by Matt Staff | March 06, 2015

There’s nothing quite like a well-prepared feast of shrimp! The keys to success are in both the preparation, and the recipe used to prepare the meal.

Why Fish Should Be Part of Your Diet
by Christian Heftel | February 21, 2015

Some people love the taste of fish, and others, well… not so much. Love it or hate it, it can’t be denied that fish is good for you.

Fish Intake may help Reduce Post Partum Depression
by Sandra Harrison | December 06, 2012

The addition of a new family member to a person’s life in the form of birth can bring in the family a number of emotions, from excitement and joy to apprehension and anxiety.

Health Benefits of Tuna
by Jennifer Elliot | December 04, 2012

One-third of Americans eat seafood only once a week, while almost half of the population eats seafood infrequently or not at all, according to the Harvard School of Public Health.

Is Too Much Canned Tuna Bad for Your Health?
by Sandra Harrison | October 18, 2012

Tuna is one of the best sources of selenium and the fact that is one of the every few abundant sources of Vitamin D available really ups its game.

Benefits and Risks of Eating Fish During Pregnancy
by Jennifer Elliot | October 17, 2012

Fruits, vegetables and alcohol abstinence are obvious dietary habits that need to be encouraged and implemented during pregnancy.