SEAN WITTENBERG - CO-FOUNDER OF SAFE CATCH -CLEARS UP THE CONFUSION OF THE FDA & EPA’S NEW SEAFOOD GUIDELINES
The FDA and EPA recently released a new guide to fish consumption. Unfortunately, it’s not helping people, it’s only scaring them away from eating fish altogether. The FDA has created a list of “Best Choices”, “Good Choices”, and “Choices to Avoid”. Among the choices to avoid is bigeye tuna, which is confusing people, thinking not to eat any tuna all together.
Sean Wittenberg, the co-founder of Safe Catch, is an expert in the seafood industry who can help clear up the confusion of the FDA and EPA’s new seafood guidelines and educate consumers about the fish they can eat.
Safe Catch Purpose
Here at Safe Catch, we believe that purity matters. Purity in our oceans, lakes, and rivers, and purity in our food supply, the way nature designed it. We believe that pure foods should be attainable to everybody, from all walks of life. Our mission is to provide consumers with pure and delicious seafood, while also protecting purity in our oceans, lakes, and rivers.
FORMER ANCHOR AND HEALTH CORRESPONDENT JIM MORELLI - PROTECT DON’T INFECT
YOU’VE GOT THE FLU: NOW WHAT?
“CDC: Levels of flu-like illness are above national baseline this season”
Flu season is here and is extremely contagious. An estimated 20% of Americans suffer from the flu and flu-like symptoms, with kids being the most susceptible group of all, but adults still at risk to get sick this time of year. It can spread easily to others, especially in places like day-care centers, schools, cruise ships and nursing homes. If all of this sounds familiar to those of you who laid viciously low over the holidays. It’s because the arrival of cold weather usually coincides with an increase in one of winter's most dreaded horrors: noroviruses and respiratory viruses.
Experts agree that the flu rate this year is about three times higher than last year, and it hasn't reached its peak yet. Even among the vaccinated, incidence of flu-like symptoms is at an all time high. Registered Pharmacist and News Correspondent Jim Morelli has easy tips on how to prevent the flu and reduce the length of the flu in case you catch it.
A former anchor and health correspondent for CNN and CNN Headline News, Jim has worked as a registered pharmacist and poison control specialist. He has authored two books on health including the more recent, Poison; How to Handle the Hazardous Substances in Your Home.