Big Three Nutritional Benefits of Wild Salmon

Sockeye fresh!

Buy salmon by the whole fish and save on what you get. With benefit in mind the price can be worth it.

The Benefits of Salmon:

1. High quality protein

The meat of salmon is loaded with essential amino acids in the perfect ratios.

Top notch filet

In addition to being a high quality protein source, salmon also delivers many other significant nutritional benefit. Such as…

2. Essential Fatty Acids (Omega-3’s)

Most people talk about Omega-3’s using acronyms ALA, EPA, DHA.

These healthy fats are beneficial and required for life.

The following parts of body are benefited by Omega-3’s:

  • Central Nervous System
  • Muscoskeletal System
  • Immune System
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Lymphatic System
  • Blood Glucose and Insulin

Omega-3’s benefit the entire system

Omega-3s are highly supported by professionals in nearly all branches of health.
Salmon delivers!

3. Astaxanthin: The ultimate antioxidant?

Asta-what? Yea, but its getting more popular now that Dr. Oz talked about it. Actually, it is widely regarded as one of the most functional antioxidants from food.

Astaxanthin strengthens living force

Salmon stores astaxanthin in the meat and that is responsible for the red-pink color of salmon. In humans, after we digest the salmon, the astaxanthin preserves the entire body against free radicals and other stresses of life.

BONUS for SKIN

After astaxanthin has circulated through the body, it will then be stored in your skin. For people wanting the best summer skin, eat a lot of salmon.

Salmon protects against sunburns and promotes healthy tanning. So get some sun!

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