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Hello and welcome!

We created this site for everyone who loves to eat great seafood, as well as those looking to try seafood out for the first time. Our mission is to provide our readers with the most in-depth and well-researched seafood content on the web.

My name is Chase, and I am the founder and chief editor at He Needs Food. I, like you, spend most of my money on food. I like it all: good food, bad food, expensive food, cheap food, and free food. I will spend a ton of money at the grocery store, and then go to a restaurant for dinner, just like all good people on this planet do.

I grew up around Washington, D.C. and that allowed me to experience a ton of different cuisines from around the world as D.C. is such a melting pot. I’ve traveled to many countries and had some of the best food the world has to offer. Blue crabs in Maryland, shawarma in Israel, pad thai in Thailand, gyros in Greece, steaks in Chicago, BBQ in Kansas City, Missouri, pastéis de nata in Portugal, lobster in Maine, and McDonald’s everywhere. I worked at a seafood restaurant in college and never looked back. Seafood has been my favorite ever since!

In my late 20s, I developed Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), which led me to do more research on the food I eat to ensure it doesn’t hurt my body. This research led me to want to create my own website, in which I could share some of the best tips with readers like you. I’ve learned many lessons the hard way, and don’t want others to go through that. Thus, I created He Needs Food to provide robust, data-informed, and peer-reviewed answers to commonly asked seafood questions.

I hope we succeed in our mission of educating you, and making you a bit hungry too!

Founder and Chief Editor of He Needs Food

Disclaimer: The contents of this site are for information purposes. It is not medical advice. The statements on this blog are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The material on this website is not to be used by any commercial or personal entity without expressed written consent of the blog author.