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Seafood Twice a Week? Here’s Why

We’re obviously huge fans of the bold delicious flavors packed into each and every seafood dish we serve, but today we’re going beyond flavor to give you a few more reasons to eat grilled, wild-caught seafood regularly!

Seafood is a natural source of omega-3s, lean protein and essential nutrients. It’s no wonder the American Heart Association recommends eating seafood twice a week! Seafood contains some pretty wonderful nutritional benefits that your whole body will thank you for.

1. Feed Your Heart: The omega-3s found in fish are one of the best gifts you can give your body. They’re good for your heart, reducing the risk of heart disease*.

2. Nourish Your Body: Seafood is one of the lowest fat forms of protein, important for nourishing your muscles and bones.

3. Soak Up the Vitamin D: Wild-caught salmon (served at Rubio’s!) is one of the only natural sources of Vitamin D, important for keeping your bones and immune system healthy.

At Rubio’s, we’ve committed to making it easier and more enjoyable for you to get your weekly dose of seafood. We know that life can be a crazy and busy ride, so let us do the prepping and grilling for you. We believe that when food is prepared with delicious, quality ingredients, great experiences happen.

*While many factors affect heart disease, diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce risk of heart disease. Our seafood offerings contain 170-870 mg of omega-3s per seafood entrée.

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