Whole Sockeye Salmon Fillet Wild Caught
Whole Sockeye Salmon Fillet, Blast Frozen Sashimi-grade 600-900 g/pack. We will amend your invoice according to the exact weight, approximately one day after receipt of order.
Rich in flavour, firm texture and deep red color – Perfect for larger family or dinner party
Wild caught from Alaska is the purest, cleanest and most eco-friendly. Read here for our blog on health benefits and recent news on wild caught salmon. The salmon is blast frozen as soon as it is pulled from the water.
The freshness, flavor, and texture are locked in allowing you to keep your seafood fresh for many months. Anything blast frozen maintains the quality of the fish once it has been pulled from the water.
A 3.5-ounce (100-gram) portion of farmed salmon has 2.3 grams of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, while the same portion of wild salmon contains 2.6 grams.
Unlike most other fats, omega-3 fats are considered “essential,” meaning you must get them from your diet since your body can’t create them.
Although there is no recommended daily intake (RDI) of omega-3 fatty acids, many health organizations recommend that healthy adults get a minimum of 250–500 mg of combined EPA and DHA per day.
EPA and DHA have been credited with several health benefits, such as decreasing inflammation, lowering blood pressure, reducing the risk of cancer and improving the function of the cells that line your arteries.
A 2012 analysis of 16 controlled studies found that taking 0.45–4.5 grams of omega-3 fatty acids per day led to significant improvements in arterial function.
What’s more, studies have shown that getting these omega-3 fats from fish increases levels in your body just as effectively as supplementing with fish oil capsules.
As for how much fish to eat, consuming at least two servings of salmon per week can help meet your omega-3 fatty acid needs.