2. Canned tuna
4. Alaska Pollock
"From a public health perspective, it's imperative that Americans eat more fish," said Jennifer McGuire, NFI's registered dietitian, in a statement. "This is a message we expect to see front and center when federal health experts release the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans this year--the familiar food pyramid program. While we anticipate hearing a lot about eating less salt and not as much saturated fat, when it comes to seafood more is better."
For more information, visit www.aboutseafood.com.