Not only are you investing in America's hardworking fishing families, but when you choose to eat Wild Alaska Salmon, you're investing in your health.
Wild Alaska salmon is high in nutrients, protein, and is a natural source for heart-healthy good fat called Omega-3 fatty acids. The American Heart Association recommends eating at least two servings of fatty fish (salmon, rainbow trout, sardine, herring, and mackeral) for optimal health. Need to add more heart healthy Omega-3s to your diet, but don't think you like salmon? Think again. We've converted some super picky eaters into wild salmon fans. Supermarket salmon can't compare to salmon straight from the source.
Studies also prove it's critical for expecting mothers to consume plenty of Omega-3s in order to get an Omega-3 derivative called docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which helps build the developing brain.
Read more about the many benefits of Omega-3s here. Click here to view the nutrition facts for different kinds of Wild Alaska Salmon. Wild Alaska Salmon = Great Health!
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