Eat Seafood Twice a Week
Seafood contains a range of nutrients, including healthy omega-3 fats. According to the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, eating about 8 ounces per week (less for young children) of a variety of seafood can help prevent heart disease.
Twice a week, make seafood—fish and shellfish—the main protein food on your plate.
Whole Grains Make a Difference!
Little ones, like adults, need to eat whole grains everyday as part of an overall healthy diet. They help to keep your heart healthy, and are good for digestion and a healthy weight. See below for more information and easy ways kids and the whole family can enjoy whole grains.
Give yourself and those you love the goodness of whole grains!