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Seafood market. Scientists and officials urge consumers to boost consumption of DHA, most commonly found in seafood. (Photo: Stock File)

State governments urged to boost seafood consumption

AUSTRALIA
Wednesday, June 16, 2010, 23:30 (GMT + 9)



Australian state governments have been urged to encourage greater consumption of seafood to avoid a looming "epidemic" of mental ill health and other brain disorders.

This follows a warning from the world’s foremost authorities in neuroscience and nutrition, meeting in London recently, that western nations will suffer "unthinkable health, social and fiscal consequences” unless they increase consumption of DHA, an Omega-3 oil found most abundantly in seafood.

Ted Loveday, Managing Director of Seafood Services Australia (SSA), said Australian state governments should heed the message from the London meeting and encourage greater consumption of seafood.

They issued a statement calling for "a new focus to be placed on policies for health, food, agriculture, pollution of aquatic and marine resources and their rational use, with a restoration of traditional fish and seafood consumption".

Loveday said comparatively low levels of seafood consumption had ramifications for public health in Australia.

"Everyone should be eating fish or other seafood at least two to three times a week and it would be better to eat seafood even more often. That’s not hard, considering there are 21 meals eaten by the average Australian every week." 

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