Fish aren’t choosy about the seafood they eat -- so why should we be? By eating more like the fish we eat, we can harvest nature’s bounty on nature’s own terms.

“Eat like a fish” by choosing a wide diversity of seafood from your local ecosystem and enjoying a mix of predators and prey. In the same way that achieving healthy nutrition for your body means eating the right proportions of different vitamins and food groups, a healthy ecological diet is based on eating different seafood species in proportion to their natural abundances.

Aligning our diets and our markets more closely to our ecosystems isn’t just ecologically beneficial: it supports fishermen and coastal communities by boosting market demand for the types of fish they’re catching.