We know our oceans are feeling the negative effects of our dependence on plastics, but as consumers, what can we do? We’ve invited Diane MacEachern from Big Green Purse to share a few simple changes to make to our daily plastic consumption that can make a big difference to our oceans, marine life — and our own health!
Want to mix up your lunch routine? How about an easy-to-make wrap with protein-packed Wild Planet Wild Sardines? Marissa Cohen, a writer at The Philosophie, shares a vegetable-filled spin on a lettuce wrap sure to satisfy at home or on-the-go.
Ever craving your childhood favorite recipes? How are you revamping and making them your own, with high-quality, healthy ingredients? Today, we’re taking a trip down memory lane and inviting Janine of Fit4Janine to share one of her favorite childhood recipes using Wild Planet Albacore Wild Tuna. Can you guess what it is? We’ll give you a hint; we’d stop the world and melt with this delicious recipe!
Weekly meal prep can really streamline your family’s routine. Spend more time enjoying meals together and less time wondering, “what are we going to do for dinner tonight?” Learn how Dini, founder of Prep and Rally, shops only once a week and creates amazing food for her and her family to enjoy every single day.
As we kick off 2019, many of us will be making resolutions to be healthier this year — but only some of us will truly succeed. For inspiration, we’ll hear how making a lasting commitment instead of a likely-to-fail New Year’s resolution was what Arash Hashemi of ShredHappens needed in order to become the best version of himself. Read on for his story and 5 tips on how to make positive lifestyle changes that can last all year — and beyond.
Since 1980, fish consumption has increased 20% within the United States alone. Although it’s exciting more people are welcoming fish to their plates and their palates, it also means it has become more difficult to keep track of the fish industry and their fishing practices. Here at Wild Planet Foods we believe in sustainable fishing practices and that responsible fishing supports global food security.
As New Year’s Day nears and we all look to the future and what lies ahead, there’s no better time to adopt more sustainable practices in our lives. We’ve invited Ashley Martens, a Health and Wellness Writer of Three to Five a Day to share with us five simple ways to eat more sustainably in 2019.
Dealing with a picky eater in your life? It can be frustrating on both sides when every meal becomes a battle. Learn strategies from Jessica Louw, cofounder of Little Foodie, for integrating a variety of healthy, sustainable options into your favorite picky eater’s diet — and still make sure there’s plenty of time for fun.
With so many different tuna brands to choose from, how do you know which brand is for you? Today on the blog, we’ve invited award-winning Whole30 certified coach & registered dietitian-nutritionist, Whitney Stuart, to share her top 5 reasons why she [and other dietitians] love Wild Planet Wild Tuna!
Let’s be clear, not all fish are a quality tuna steak. However, with the rise of quality sourcing companies, like Wild Planet, they’re making an effort to sustain the nutrient value within their catch! In addition to that, I’m sharing 5 reasons why I choose Wild Planet Wild Tuna.
1. Versatile in flavor
Tuna is so versatile. Tuna cakes, tuna salad, tuna casserole. The protein, with a good spice profile, can be the highlight of your lunch. Or, if you’re bold like me, breakfast.
2. Low in mercury
Wild Planet only sources pole and line as well as troll-caught tuna. Huh? These are the young and small whippersnappers with lower levels of mercury as compared to older and larger tuna. Their products average mercury levels six times lower than the FDA “Action Limit”.
A girl can only eat so much chicken. And turkey. And tilapia. Creativity and flavor is the key to a healthful balanced diet. With tuna, there are more options, and I never feel deprived!
I may not be popular with my traveling choice, but I would rather be nourished than hangry and inflamed. This is my favorite recommendation for busy clients; especially my mamas who need something quick and easy. Plus, DHA in low-mercury containing seafood, aids in healthy brain and eye development.
This fish is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, which keeps your heart’s function up to par and improves your arteries’ integrity. Get pumped, ladies! Let’s use that strong muscle for good.
I’ve rounded up a few of my dietitian-approved favorites for you to try this week! Easy, simple and nutrient-filled. Just the way I like it.
Now that you’ve heard from Whitney, we’d like to hear from you! Tell us why you love Wild Planet Wild Tuna in the comments below!
Sardines — one of the healthiest foods that no one is eating. While they may have a reputation for smelling (and looking) too fishy, Wild Planet’s Wild Sardines offer a vastly different experience. Today, on National Sardines Day, we hope we can offer a whole new perspective about sardines. Want to change your life, and your health? Continue reading!