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Wild Sockeye Salmon:
Only the BEST for You!

Wild Sockeye Salmon from Alaska is my new love in nutritional powerhouse foods with most delightful culinary possibilities! 

PHOTO ABOVE: best wild sockeye salmon with some tantalizing companion foods: slices of fresh turmeric, fresh fennel and real wasabi.

 Combine this deep-orange fish with an endless array of different condiments and vegetables. Fresh tumeric is a fabulous addition to wild salmon recipes.

Nutritionally, this orange-red, firm-fleshed paragon of healthy eating is head and shoulders (or fins and tails) above all other readily available fish. 

Wild Sockeye Salmon:
Treasure Trove of Astaxanthin in a Most Available Form

For starters, its deep orange meat is abundant with Astaxanthin in a most absorbable form. The reason Wild Sockeye Salmon has such deep orange coloring is that in the wild, these fish consume krill, shrimp and other small sea animals that feed on astaxanthin-rich phytoplankton and microalgae.

Astaxanthin benefits include antioxidant qualities, supportive of endothelium (cells lining the inner walls of blood vessels), supporting proper fat metabolism and helping to lower C-Reactive Protein (CRP).

Astaxanthin is a more powerful antioxidant than Vitamin C, Vitamin E and many others. Antioxidants help in keeping your cell membranes strong. This includes the cell membranes of your macrophages, lymphocytes and other immune cells.

Astaxanthin also supports the production and effectiveness of natural killer cells that destroy pathogens in your body. 

Wild Sockeye Salmon
Omega-3's and other Essential Fatty Acids

Wild Sockeye Salmon from Alaska has an essential fatty acids profile second to none! Farm raised fish of similar species (so-called 'Atlantic salmon' and others) are lacking an abundance of Omega-3's. This is because they are fed GMO grains and other species-inappropriate foods.

Wild Sockeye Salmon from Alaska has an essential fatty acids profile second to none! Farm raised fish of similar species (so-called 'Atlantic salmon' and others) are lacking an abundance of Omega-3's. This is because they are fed GMO grains and other species-inappropriate foods.  

The omega-3 in fish contain an abundance of two fatty acids - DHA and EPA - which have a multitude of health benefits. DHA and EPA play a role in preventing cancer, heart disease and many others, as well as being supportive of brain health.


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