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Seafood is naturally low in fat and high in protein and nutrients, and contains omega 3 fatty acids that may protect against heart disease and improve cognition. Our delicious recipes are quick and simple to prepare, which makes it easy to love healthy eating.

Halibut contains more than 50 percent of your daily requirement of the feel-good amino acid tryptophan—you know, the one in turkey that makes you content and sleepy.
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Grilled Halibut with Lemon-Mint Gremolata

Halibut contains more than 50 percent of your daily requirement of the feel-good amino acid tryptophan―you know, the one in turkey that makes you content and sleepy. The fish is also a good source of selenium and niacin. Look for Alaskan halibut―those stocks are well managed and make for a sustainable choice―fresh or frozen (individually sealed pieces promise the best freshness and flavor).

Recipe: Grilled Halibut with Lemon-Mint Gremolata

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