Delve into Wellness: Exploring the Health Benefits of American Seafood

Note from the editor: Aquaculture 101 is a program run by the Global Seafood Alliance to teach people the basics of aquaculture in an easy-to-understand way. The ad busts myths and tells the truth about the industry's bright future. In 2020

Aquaculture 101 is mostly about how aquaculture fits in with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations. We will look into one of the SDGs and see how aquaculture fits in with it every month. To find out more, look at the topic #Aquaculture101 on social media.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 goals that were agreed upon by UN member states in 2015. These goals are meant to point people on Earth in a way that will help future generations of

The third SDG is for everyone, at any age, to be healthy and happy. This goal aims to cover all health issues, such as disease, reproductive health, universal health care, and making sure everyone has access to safe, effective,

Vaccines and drugs of good quality and low cost. In this group are nutrition and food. There is a strong link between these health factors and farmed fish.

About 20% of the people in the world do not get enough food, so this goal is very important. Bad diets are linked to about 11 million deaths around the world every year. It's hard to believe those numbers. Read on to learn what you can do to help bring those numbers down.

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