Benefits of Seafood
Regularly eating fatty fish reduces the inflammatory substances produced in the heart’s arteries, improving their function, and Omega-3’s from wild Alaska seafood give your heart a health boost.
The connection between diet and brain health has been well documented and omega-3 fatty acids, particularly DHA & EPA, can change your brain and help to improve your mood.
Consuming a nutrient-dense diet that includes wild Alaska seafood ensures adequate intake of nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D that can boost brain health.
Healthy Moms & Babies
Several key nutrients for mothers, such as selenium and iodine, are abundant in Alaska seafood. One occurs in seafood almost exclusively—the omega-3 fatty acid DHA.
Whether you’re young or old, seafood omega-3s may tone down overactive immune responses and can improve your immune function.
DHA and vitamin D found in wild Alaska seafood can improve vision and prevent age-related macular degeneration.
Healthy omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) positively influence gut microbiota composition and the functionality of the gut-brain axis, preventing ‘bad’ organisms from growing, and letting ‘good’ ones flourish.
Eating a whole food diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids can reduce inflammation.
Wild Alaska seafood is a valuable source of nutrition for individuals living with diabetes for a number of reasons.
Whether you follow one diet strictly, or find balance in following multiple, seafood is the common key protein in your diet!