The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) recently released new guidelines on how much fish to eat in Florida.
As part of the changes, fish should be kept in refrigerators and kept out of direct sunlight.
The new guidelines also include some tips on when to consume certain types of seafood, such as tuna and cod, which are usually grown in far-flung regions.
Fruit and vegetables can also be consumed at certain times of the day, and should be eaten in moderation.
The state also recommends that people avoid consuming large amounts of sodium, and recommends eating a variety of foods to keep the body in balance.
The state also has an advisory on the dangers of overconsumption of added sugar.
The FDOH said in a statement that the new guidelines are not an official position of the state.
However, the FDOH is the agency responsible for enforcing the federal food safety regulations.
It is the responsibility of consumers to ensure they understand the new standards, the agency said.
The guidelines come in the wake of a report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture that found that a quarter of the country’s population lives in a state that has no state-mandated food restrictions.
In 2016, the USDA estimated that more than half of Americans under 65 have an unhealthy level of sodium in their blood, a number that has risen since 2013, according to a study by the Food and Drug Administration.