Alaska Seafood for Gut Health
Wild Alaska seafood is rich healthy omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Research supports that omega-3 fatty acids, especially the DHA and EPA found only in seafood, exert their beneficial effects on overall health, brain function and behavior by positively influencing the gut microbiota composition and the functionality of the gut-brain axis.
Eating wild Alaska seafood can help prevent “bad” organisms from growing and letting “good” ones flourish.
Gut Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids from Wild Alaska Seafood
- Increase diversity and abundance of bacteria in the gut.
- Reverse dysbiosis of the gut, especially in individuals with inflammatory bowel disease.
- Reduce systemic inflammation.
- Decrease intestinal permeability by increasing good bacteria and decreasing the bacteria that causes leaky gut.