Three ways wild Alaska Seafood can help you to live well

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Three ways wild Alaska Seafood can help you to live well

Seafood from Alaska is wild, natural and sustainable. Found in some of the cleanest waters of the world, wild Alaska seafood has no artificial colouring or preservatives. Fish from Alaska swim wild in the Pacific Ocean. This freedom to swim and the fish's natural diet creates superior taste and texture. Wild Alaska seafood is firmer, fitter and a more vibrant fish.


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Your vitamin D fix

Not only is Alaska seafood wildly caught and extremely tasty, but the fish also provides a complete array of essential amino acids – all of which are easily absorbed by the body, helping the repair and maintenance of muscles.

There are very few other foods that naturally contain the number of vitamins and minerals seen in seafood. Vitamin D supports the development of muscles, nerves and immune system functioning. Vitamin D also helps to regulate the levels of calcium and phosphate in the body. These nutrients are key to help keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy.

The positive impact that Vitamin D has on the body makes it a key supplement during the winter months. Wild salmon is one of the highest natural sources of Vitamin D. Just one 85g serving of wild Alaska keta salmon or wild Alaska sockeye salmon delivers more than a day's worth of the recommended intake of Vitamin D, so put down the supplements and pick up the cutlery for your delicious daily Vitamin D requirements.

Combat inflammation

Inflammation occurs when unwanted substances (toxins, excess fat cells, etc) build-up, contributing to many diseases.

Eating foods high in omega 3 like wild Alaska seafood is among the best dietary countermeasures, packed with anti-inflammatory properties.

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