As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, it’s common to find ourselves tired and energy levels low. Staying indoors and surrounding yourself with holiday favorites like cookies and sweets only leads to irresistible temptations, but as we all know, this can cause weight gain and sugar crashes later in the day. How to avoid it? Focus on foods that promote health and boost your energy. We have one word for you… Seafood! This low calorie option is loaded with vitamins, Omega-3’s, potassium and selenium. Talk about a healthy boost of energy!
Seafood is great for the whole family. USDA recommends seafood for all ages at least twice a week! “Twice a week, make seafood- fish and shellfish- the main protein food on your plate.” According to our sustainability partners, The National Fisheries Institute, “Seafood is a power house of food. It fuels our bodies with important vitamins and minerals that help keep us in the best possible health at all life stages; from birth to old age.” Like we always say… Eat Fish, Live Longer!