fish and seafood
What you can do: For the best dose of omega-3s, eat two servings of sardines or Alaska wild-caught salmon a week, or take algae capsules.
What you can do: Opt for algae supplements or eat safer species of fish.
What you can do: Eat one to two 3-ounce servings of seafood every week, particularly fatty fish that aren’t overharvested, such as sardines or wild Alaskan salmon.
What you can do: Know the pros and cons of each types before you buy.
What you can do: Avoid buying seafood from major retailers that don’t offer environmentally friendly seafood choices; learn which choices are unhealthy for you and bad news for the ocean.
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What you can do: Do some research to see which of your favorite fish are good choices; keep these seven in mind when dining or shopping for seafood.
What you can do: Get your 500 milligrams of omega-3s per day without depleting the ocean's fish stocks.
What you can do: Check local fish advisories to make sure you're not eating unsafe levels of mercury in fish.
What you can do: Get your omega-3s without ingesting hazardous chemicals or threatening endangered species.