Salmon has long been touted as one of the most healthy foods available. With the main focus on the long list of benefits provided through the consumption of Omega-3 fatty acids. But did you know that eating fish like the Alaskan king salmon can also provide special support for joint cartilage, insulin effectiveness, and control of inflammation in the digestive tract?
Additionally, Coho and King Salmon have been shown to improve moods when eaten. From a write-up about a study, it has been shown that the human body doesn't naturally produce acids like Omega-3. So when a deficiency of the essential oil shows up, it is often linked to things like depression, mood swings, memory decline, and fatigue.
Studies show a correlation between consumption of fish with high levels of omega-3 fatty acids and a decreased risk of depression and suicide. Eating fish increases your intake of omega-3 fatty acids and may help combat depression.
Further, Salmon isn't high in saturated fat. Which serves as an additional benefit for your heart. Therefore benefiting those who have a healthy heart, as well as those who have had heart problems alike. It's reasons like this that the American Heart Association recommends eating salmon at least twice a week to garner the cell-supportive benefits that it provides.
The unique protein, as well as the amino acids profiles, that salmon provides is far too often overlooked. The protein peptides and the antioxidant amino acid called taurine can help reduce inflammation and promote joint connectivity. Salmon is also an "excellent source" of vitamin B12, vitamin D, and selenium. Is it time for dinner?
Is getting healthy one of your resolutions this year? Then consider contacting us to order some of the freshest, wild-caught salmon from anywhere in the world. We look forward to hearing from you.