|health benefits of eating wild alaskan salmon|
Omega-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.
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center say they have
discovered that omega-3 fatty acids, found in abundance in salmon, mackerel,
lake trout, herring, sardines and albacore tuna, influence impulsivity,
personality and how people feel.