Can I eat fish/seafood every day?

eating seafood more than twice a week, for most people, can be healthful.

"For most individuals it's fine to eat fish every day," said Eric Rimm, a professor of epidemiology and nutrition and director of cardiovascular epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health. "And it's certainly better to eat fish every day than to eat beef every day."

Fish is a lean source of protein and has been shown to promote heart health. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans suggest increasing intake of seafood, which includes fish to at least 8 oz. per week. There are some cautions for pregnant and breastfeeding women related to the types of fish they should avoid, but overall, fish can be a daily part of a healthy diet.

Are there any low calorie frozen pizzas?

"Low calorie" is kind of a subjective term, but here are a few for you to look at.  I can't say I've tried any of them.Best and Worst Low Calorie Frozen PizzaSmart Ones seems to be the favorite.Of course, if you wind up eating five boxes of these things, it won't be

Why do frogs scream?

When I was a child, frog catching was a mainstay among my friend group. In the summer, I would convince my friends to go the pond to rally up some frogs (or other reptile/amphibian) almost daily.But to be more specific, we weren't content with catching just any