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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Back to School: Tips on Packing Lunches from a Dietitian

August 24, 2016 | The Oakland Press

Research shows that kids need an ample amount of protein to stay alert and think clearly, especially while at school. If we think a bit “outside the lunchbox,” ensuring adequate protein throughout the school day becomes a bit easier. There is no trading of lunch box treats when these recipes head to school each day!

Nutrition: Eating Right Doesn't Have to be Convenient or Expensive

August 22, 2016 | Los Angeles Daily News

Poor eating habits contribute to numerous diseases and nearly 700,000 deaths each year in the United States. Many people think that eating right is inconvenient and expensive. Don’t let the costly acai bowls and cold pressed juices fool you. Living a balanced lifestyle with good nutrition can be simple and fit within a tight budget.