Why Kids Should Eat Seafood

Back-to-school season is a great time to start new habits, like eating seafood twice a week! Fish and shellfish help kids grow by supplying nutrients such as vitamins B and D, choline and essential omega-3 fatty acids, which are all needed for strong bones, brain development, healthy immune systems and cardiovascular systems.

With a new routine in place, it can sometimes be hard for parents to keep up, but with fast-cooking seafood like thin fish fillets and shrimp, a healthy dinner can be ready in minutes.

To get started, try these kid-friendly seafood recipes:

Linda Cornish, president of the Seafood Nutrition Partnership, joins Amanda Buckle and Lorin Castiglione on the latest installment of the Seafood News Podcast. Linda breaks down why it’s so important for kids to eat seafood, tips for parents with picky eaters, and much more.

Seafood Nutrition Partnership President Linda Cornish Explains Why Kids Should Eat Seafood

Author: Linda Cornish

I’m Linda Cornish, president of Seafood Nutrition Partnership, the leading 501(c)3 non-profit organization in the U.S. building awareness of the health and nutritional benefits of seafood. It’s our mission to address the country’s public health crisis through education programs that inspire Americans to incorporate more seafood and omega-3s into their diets for improved health.