Fish Facts for Good Health

Key Area 1: Nutrition, General Nutrition, Code 1320  

 September 2016

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 1. Healthy adults should eat at least ______ of seafood per week.  


                                                              
 2. Experts agree that fish and seafood are distinct categories that should not be confused.
 
                                 
 3. The _______ found in seafood can help to address heart disease in humans.   
 
                                                              
4. EPA stands for _______.
 
                                                              
 5. _______ is an example of a lower-fat fish.
 
                                                              
 6. Most salt-water seafood species contain more than 100 milligrams sodium per 3-oz. cooked portion.   
 
                                                              
 7.  Some groups need to take care and avoid the levels of ______ found in some seafood.
 
                                                              
8. _______ is an herb/spice that pairs particularly well with seafood.
 
                                                              
 9. Children 12 years and under should avoid smoked fish.
  
                                                              
 10. Surveys estimate that 1 in ________ Americans eat the recommended minimum amount of seafood each week.
 
                                                              

 

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