Obstetricians and pediatricians should provide guidance on how to make healthy food choices that include seafood

Eating fish boosts a baby's brain development.

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Are you discussing FISH with your patients?

The evidence is compelling: Patients may reduce their risk of developing heart disease, whether they already have heart disease or not, by eating two to three fish meals (8 to 12 ounces) per week.

In fact, studies have demonstrated that eating just two servings of fish a week contributed to a 36 percent reduction in deaths from heart disease.i

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Are you talking with patients about dietary changes to improve their health? Use this discussion guide to talk with your patients and help them eat more fish to reduce their risk for fatal heart disease.

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Give your patients access to easy seafood recipes that will help them prepare more seafood meals for themselves and their families.

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The Scary News About Seafood: Most of Us Are Not Eating Nearly Enough

February 8, 2016 | The Washington Post

 

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February 4, 2016 | Philly.com

 

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