Seafood should be part of any evolutionarily-informed, science-based diet. Early humans ate seafood over 165,000 years ago during the middle Paleolithic Era, and medical research continues to expand the list of health benefits from eating seafood. But not all seafood is created equal, and picking the right seafood for your health and the environment is more difficult than ever. This is due to problems in seafood production and supply, such as overfishing, seafood fraud, a lack of market standards, and the rise of aquaculture. These issues are explored and easy-to-implement recommendations are offered to facilitate healthy, sustainable seafood consumption.
Hall: Capitol Ballroom North