In study after study, scientists have discovered that omega-3 fatty acids are crucial to maintaining good health. In babies and children, they play a crucial role in brain function and normal development. In adults, omega-3 fatty acids aid in the prevention and relief of numerous serious health conditions, such as high blood pressure and heart disease. But your body can’t produce omega-3 fatty acids on its own. You must get them from the food you eat. Learn more about the health benefits of omega-3s.
The following foods can help you get the omega-3 your body so desperately needs:
Because fish is so high in omega-3 fatty acids, the American Heart Association now recommends that most people eat at least two servings per week.* In addition to other foods, such as leafy green vegetables, nuts, and seeds, most scientists agree that a healthy diet must include fish.
Eating foods containing omega-3 fatty acids on a regular basis can prevent the onset of many serious diseases. And as part of a healthy diet, omega-3s can actually help to relieve some of the symptoms of these diseases:
And there is even evidence that the benefits of omega-3 foods extend to other diseases,
such as diabetes, cancer, emphysema, asthma, ADHD, depression, and even to preventing sunburn!
Visit the freezer section of your local supermarket or warehouse/club store and pick up Sea Cuisine™ frozen gourmet Seafood Entrées, for a fast and easy healthy seafood dinner in about 30 minutes or less. Enjoy!
Sea Cuisine™ frozen entrées contain only the finest quality fish that has been flash-frozen right at the source, preserving its flavor, texture and health benefits, too. Now, you can get all of the benefits of omega-3 foods, plus the convenience of a gourmet meal that is ready to serve in about 30 minutes or less.
Executive Chef Owen Tilley has perfected these gourmet seafood selections just for you. Creator of the Sea Cuisine™ line, he has put his signature on a whole range of delicious frozen seafood entrées that make it easy to prepare healthy restaurant-quality seafood cuisine right in your own kitchen and to get your omega-3s, too.
* Women who are pregnant or plan to become pregnant and children under age 12 should limit the amount of fish they eat.