Healthy Lifestyles

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Healthy Lifestyles

Chicken of the Sea, which has a history of providing healthy, low-fat seafood that naturally contains omega-3 fatty acids and high amounts of protein, believes in healthy eating and living.

Mercury in seawater arises mostly from natural processes, including underwater volcanoes.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 61 percent of adults in the United States are overweight or obese. Chicken of the Sea hope to help combat that problem by providing our customers with the tools to teach proper eating habits and help people live healthy and happy lives. Here are some resources that provide helpful hints for healthier living:

MyPlate

http://choosemyplate.gov

A familiar image – your dinner plate. MyPlate is the USDA’s new icon used to promote healthy eating based on the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

BodyImageHealth.org

http://www.bodyimagehealth.org

BodyImageHealth.org provides a variety of resources to help children and adults develop healthy body image attitudes and positive eating habits.

Small Steps

http://www.smallstep.gov

Small Steps is a program designed to help you live a healthier lifestyle by slightly altering things you do every day.

Healthy Kids Network

http://www.cancer.org

The Healthy Kids Network is part of the American Cancer Society's efforts to improve school health programs nationwide. These programs teach children healthy habits that will reduce their risk of developing cancer and other serious illnesses later in life.

America on the Move

http://www.americaonthemove.org

America On the Move is a national initiative dedicated to helping individuals and communities across the country make positive changes in improving health and quality of life.

Action for Healthy Kids

http://www.actionforhealthykids.org

Action for Healthy Kids addresses the epidemic of overweight, undernourished and sedentary youth by focusing on changes at school. The organization works to improve children's nutrition and increase physical activity, which will in turn improve their readiness to learn.

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