Making the case for a seafood-based economy

Roy D. Palmer, FAICD 

Recent report blames poor nutrition for diseases of civilization Many current human diseases could be prevented through better nutrition, including increased consumption of a variety of aquatic products like these farmed tilapia in Ecuador. Photo by Darryl Jory.   Part of the message I conveyed in my last article was that our modern, westernized welfare…

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  • Roy D. Palmer, FAICD 

    Roy D. Palmer, FAICD 

    GILLS
    2312/80 Clarendon Street
    Southbank VIC 3006 Australia 
    www.seafoodprofessionlas.org

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