Alaska salmon are a nutritional powerhouse, rich in protein, long chain Omega -3 fatty acids, Vitamin D, calcium, along with many other vitamins and minerals. You’d be hard-pressed to find a food more nutritious than Alaska salmon.
For an excellent video on the health benefits of wild Alaska salmon and other
seafood, see ASMI’s Wild Alaska Seafood: The Ultimate Healthy Food Choice.
HIGHEST OMEGA 3′s
Wild Alaska salmon are some of the richest sources of long-chain Omega-3
The human body cannot manufacture it’s own omega-3’s, so it is from food that
we must obtain them.
Omega-3’s are thought to provide substantial health benefits for people of
all ages; providing a nutritional foundation for optimal heart, brain, mental,
visual, immune system and pregnancy health.
Cold water fatty fish, such as salmon, which are particularly rich in Omega-3
fatty acids, was the first food ever endorsed by the American Heart
Nutritional Comparison Charts
HIGHEST VITAMIN D
Vitamin D is naturally present in very few foods and wild Alaska salmon,
especially sockeye salmon (but pink is no slouch either) is one of the richest
sources of Vitamin D.
The flesh of certain fish, such as salmon, and fish liver oils are among the
best sources. Small amounts of vitamin D are found in beef liver, cheese, and
Vitamin D is promotes calcium absorption, maintenance of healthy bones and
the optimal function of the neuromuscular and immune systems. It is also
thought to reduce inflammation in the body.
Wild salmon is arguably the most delicious source of Vitamin D, and canned
wild Alaska salmon is the most consistent and reliable way of keeping wild
salmon in your diet, year around.
Here is a quick comparison Chart, with data supplied by the USDA:
Ingredients: Wild Alaska Salmon and Salt
SIZE: 7.5oz Can
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