Researchers at Harvard University have found that eating seafood more than two times per week increased the frequency of sex among couples, and also surprisingly increased the chance of pregnancy.Read More
Two servings of fish per week can significantly reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, even for those who aren’t eating especially healthy diets, according to a new science advisory from the American Heart Association (AHA).Read More
Research has found a significant correlation between eating higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids and improved brain health—likely through its anti-inflammatory effects.Read More
Alarmingly, foods are becoming less nutritious due to rising CO2 levels in the atmosphere, meaning that they pack on Carbs due to their fast growth rate; at the expense of other vital nutrients and minerals. Our Fish and Seafood have no carbs and are rich in many different minerals and vitamins, and have very diversified proteins, meaning you consume enough of the amino acids that are scarcely available in other protein sources.
Maintains your eyesight and may slow down age related vision loss, supports a healthy immune system, can reduce acne, and supports growth of bones.
Vitamin D regulates the absorption of calcium and phosphorous, helps the immune system, promotes the healthy growth of bones and teeth, and has been found to help with weight loss.
As an electrolyte, potassium has a key role in the nervous system through the conduction of nerve impulses and muscle contractions throughout the body. Potassium may reduce blood pressure by aiding in the removal of excess sodium in the body.
Your body needs Calcium to build and maintain strong and healthy bones, and to keep your teeth nice and healthy. Your heart, nerves, and muscles need Calcium to function properly.
Magnesium maintains normal nerve and muscle function, supports the immune system, maintains a healthy and steady heart rate, keeps bones strong, and regulates blood-glucose levels.
Protein is needed to build and maintain tissues, build hair and nails, digest food, make hormones, and many more. Our fish and seafood has proteins that are rich in many different kinds amino acids, which are necessary for your body to function properly. Further, the amino acids that people are commonly deficient in such as Lysine, methionine, tryptophan, and threonine, are present in our fish; particularly Dried Haddock.
Our fish is rich in healthy HDL cholesterol which removes the plaque left by unhealthy LDL cholesterol which can clog your arteries. Further, they lower the Triglyceride levels in your blood which in turn lower the levels of LDL’s.
Omega 3s are super important in staying healthy, but many people don’t consume enough of them. Omega 3 improves heart health, combat LDL’s by lowering triglyceride levels, positively impact mental health, helps with weight management and weight loss, decreases liver fat, supports brain development, reduces inflammation, and promotes bone health. Not only that, but they may also reduce the symptoms of asthma and slow the decline in brain function and memory loss that comes with age.
Iron allows our blood to transport oxygen around our bodies, and iron also maintains healthy skin, hair and nails.
Unsaturated fats, and polyunsaturated fats, reduce triglycerides in your blood, reduce the risk of developing an irregular heartbeat, slow the accumulation of plaque in your arteries from bad LDL Cholesterol, and can slightly lower your blood pressure.