Alaskan Seafood Health Benefits

For years, physicians, diet experts, and various studies have been promoting seafood as a healthy source of essential nutrients, with the added benefits of Omega fatty acids. Unfortunately, some seafood is exposed to higher levels of toxins and pollutants in the water it is either farmed, or caught in, which has been a major drawback to young children and pregnant women.

 

Omega-3 Health Benefits

We have learned that Omega-3 is essential for your brain cell and helps against conditions of lack of oxygen and stroke. It also helps the eye retina and helps protect against age related macular degeneration.

Most Americans eat fewer than two servings of fish per week - FDA recommendation. The Japanese consume seafood one to eight times a week. That is 2 to 13 times more seafood! They Japanese have 50% fewer deaths from heart disease than Americans. Up your wild seafood consumption and see your health improving.

You will feel better, see better and you can cure Type 2 diabetes without insulin treatment! Some type of cancer and heart disease exposure is significantly reduced with healthy wild seafood full of the right type of Omega-3!

 

 

      
 
Seafood
 Calories
Protein
 Fat
 Cholesterol
 Omega-3
 
King Salmon
230
26
13
85
1700
Silver Salmon
140
26
4
85
1100
Sockeye Salmon
220
26
11
85
1200
 
Halibut
140
27
3
40
460
Rockfish
120
24
2
45
450
Black Cod
250
17
20
65
1800
 
King Crab
100
19
1.5
55
400
Dungeness Crab
110
22
1.5
75
400
Scallops
110
23
1
55
350
Spot Shrimp
100
21
1
195
310
Oysters
80
10
2.5
50
690
Lobster Tails
96
19
1.1
76
230
Razor Clams
86
0
0
40
0
Pink Shrimp
93
21
1
192
0
  
Yellowfinn Tuna
31
20
1
38
30
Swordfish
103
17
3
33
50
 

All 3.5 oz portion size

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