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Us divers go down to explore the amazing underwater world and spot fish, dive wrecks and visit other amazing places. A lot of us like their portion of fish or scallops, with reason.
Seafood plays an important role in a balanced diet. It’s often rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which help boost immunity and reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer and other ailments. Omega-3s are especially important for pregnant and nursing women, and young children. Unfortunately, some fish carry toxins that can become harmful when eaten frequently.

The Monterey Bay Aquarium steps into this murky world with answers. Their Seafood Watch Guide is the gold standard if you want to know which species are free from contaminants and overfishing worries. Have a look here and get a better view on correct seafood to eat.

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