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Seafood and the Mediterranean-Style Diet

The Mediterranean-style diet is recommended by the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. This protein-rich eating pattern focuses on limiting the intake of processed foods, while ensuring adequate servings of seafood like cod, tilapia and crab to promote optimal health and long life. Inspired to give the Mediterranean-style diet a go, or just need help staying on track? Follow these tips to help you along the way.

  • Limit extra salt when preparing your favorite seafood dish. The Mediterranean diet relies heavily on the use of herbs and other seasonings to enhance the mouthwatering, natural flavors of seafood.
  • Serve your seafood with a side of vegetables. Delicious seafood pairs perfectly with seasonal vegetables for a simple and easy-to-prepare meal.
  • Swap out butter for olive oil atop your seafood. The Mediterranean-style diet focuses on healthy alternatives to heavier sauces.
  • Pair your seafood with whole grain pasta or brown rice. Whole grains add dietary fiber, B vitamins and other important nutrients to an already-nutritious seafood dinner.

These delicious seafood recipes illustrate how easy it is to put these simple tips and tricks to practice:

Mediterranean Tuna Salad

Mediterranean Tuna Salad

One Pan Lemon Garlic Salmon and Asparagus

Lemon Garlic Salmon Asparagus

Thai Tuna Power Bowl

Thai Tuna Bowl Recipe

Mediterranean-Style Oven Baked Salmon in Foil

Mediterranean Diet

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