Alaska Seafood & Inflammation
Chronic low-grade inflammation is constant and often goes unnoticed.
Inflammation occurs when unwanted substances (toxins, excess fat cells, etc.) build up, contributing to many diseases.
Eating foods high in omega-3s like wild Alaska seafood is among the best dietary countermeasures, due to the anti-inflammatory properties present.
- Eating a whole food diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids can reduce inflammation.
- Studies have shown that omega-3s have shown anti-inflammatory effects.
- The best dietary sources of omega-3s come from fatty fish, like wild Alaska salmon, halibut, herring, and sablefish.
- To reduce inflammation, consume 4 ounces of wild Alaska seafood rich in omega-3s twice a week.