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health benefits of eating wild alaskan salmon PDF Print E-mail

Eating Salmon is good for youOmega-3s and Your Health.

It is becoming fairly common knowledge throughout the world how important omega-3 fatty acids are to reducing your risk of heart disease. It is also a well known fact that eating wild salmon is about the best way you can get omega-3 fatty acids as a regular part of your diet. The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends eating fish at least two times per week to support a healthy cardiovascular system. Be sure to visit the AHA website or check out these articles for more info on omega-3 fatty acids and their relationship to a healthy heart, growth and devlopment: article 1, article 2.

Recently we have been made aware of even more great news about the health benefits of eating wild Alaskan salmon. Eating wild salmon is not only a great way to keep your body healthy, it is also a great way to take care of your mental well being.

When you're in a bad mood or just feeling blue, eat fish. It turns out that omega-3 fatty acids have more of an influence on mood, personality and behavior than ever before realized.

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salmon and sustainability PDF Print E-mail

Salmon is tasty and healthyWild Pacific Salmon

The fishermen of Fairweather Fish catch and sell all five species of wild Alaska salmon:  chinook, coho, sockeye, pink and chum.  Each of these species has its own life history and its own habitat requirements, and each has its own unique characteristics and uses as a delicious source of food.
All five salmon species benefit from a resource management system that emphasizes conservation, and ensures that enough fish migrate upstream to spawn (reproduce) and sustain the fisheries.  And because they migrate freely at sea, these wild salmon eat other wild marine life.  Swimming free makes Alaskan wild salmon strong, and gives their flesh its firm texture.  Because they swim in the open ocean they are free from the parasitic afflictions of farm fish and are less likely to contract diseases spread in enclosed fish farm spaces.

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