Celebrate Romance and the Health Benefits of Alaskan Seafood
Romantic murmurings tend to take center stage in the first few weeks of February. So before everyone finalizes their Valentine’s Day plans, we wanted to talk about romance and the health benefits of Alaskan seafood. For centuries, Alaskan seafood has held a place on American’s list of aphrodisiacs and with good reason. It contains nutritional attributes that are known to make people feel healthy and on top of the world. Of course feeling that way can also inspire romance.
Some of the top amorous Alaskan seafood choices to consider this year are as follows:
Alaskan Spotted Shrimp
Wild Alaskan Salmon
Alaskan Razor Clams
Alaskan King Crab
All of them contain notable amounts of Omega-3 fatty acids, which nutritionists believe can help improve a person’s love life. It does that by increasing blood flow to all parts of the body, maintaining tissue health and evening out our heart rhythms.
It should also be noted that the only way that people can obtain the Omega-3 fatty acids that they need is through food and beverage consumption. Alaskan seafood is the best choice in that regard because it contains eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids. They are better absorbed by the body than the fatty acids found in plants. The same fatty acids can also reduce a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular disease, inflammatory disorders, age-related macular degeneration and depression.
Omega-3 fatty acids are not the only healthy ingredients found in Alaskan seafood. They also contain vitamins, amino acids, protein and minerals. That’s why obstetricians and pediatricians often recommend that growing families increase their intake of wholesome seafood.
Because of those facts, Alaskan seafood would make a wonderful Valentine’s Day meal. An we've got a special deal to make it even easier. Check out our Valentine's Day Special for a special meal, just for two, at a great price!