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The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) has released its list of the top seafood studies published in 2016 in an effort to encourage more Americans to incorporate seafood into their diets in 2017.

According to the organization, “Americans don't eat enough seafood and often miss out on the health benefits.”

By reading up on the following five studies, however, seafood companies, fishers and other seafood-supporting institutions can help consumers better understand the wellness attributes associated with eating seafood ands quash stigmas that still surround the protein.

From boosting teenager IQs to lowering heart attack risk, seafood has been linked to many promising health perks in 2016.

Read about them below:

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