Ocean Seafood high in Omega 3

May 30, 2020

Ocean Seafood high in Omega 3

Health Seafood Oil Wellness Set

Everyone needs to maintain a proper diet that features a balance of fruits, vegetables, and proteins. With the current state of the world, a strong immune system is also critical to maintaining your health. One way to boost your immunity and improve your health overall is to ensure that you are getting plenty of essential vitamins and minerals in your diet. Ocean Seafood is a healthy way to boost your nutritional profile for a stronger immune system and for your overall health. With our seafood set, eating healthy has never been easier.

The Benefits Of Our Seafood Meal Sets

There are a lot of advantages to filling your diet with seafood. There are a lot of great Alaska seafood options that can keep your family's tummies full while also improving their health. Adding omega seafood such as tuna and perch to your meals at least twice a week is enough to help reduce the risk of heart disease and lower cholesterol.

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential to whole-body health and can help improve your eyes, skin, brain function, and can even reduce the effects of depression. One of the best sources of natural omega-3’s come from seafood, which makes it a simple choice when planning your weekly meals. Seafood high in omega 3 such as Pacific Lingcod and Alaska Coho Salmon also offers the added benefit of being a lean protein. That means you can eat more without worrying about gaining weight.

Mahi Mahi Filets are another seafood delicacy rich in omega 3 fatty acids as are Albacore Tuna Loins. Fish is a great source of phosphorus, iodine, potassium, and zinc, all of which are essential for an efficient immune system. While the health benefits of our fish sets are numerous, there are other benefits as well. Instead of wondering what to eat, or worrying about feeding your family healthy options, our seafood sets will arrive at your door with no more than a few clicks of the mouse.

Healthy Seafood Diets For Weight Loss

With more people looking to get rid of excess weight and get in shape, many are turning to seafood diet to lose weight without feeling hungry. Compared to chicken and beef, you are able to consume much more seafood in each meal without going over the calorie restrictions placed in most diets. Seafood also helps to improve heart health, increase energy, and also improve a person’s overall range of motion.

More seafood diet benefits include quicker weight loss when consuming fatty fish, a reduction in overall inflammation in the body, harmonizing of hormones, and a reduction in cravings for sugary foods. Omega-3 fatty acids are a great way to increase your metabolism, and the best way to do that is naturally with our sets of fish delivered on a regular basis. Avoid the temptation of buying junk food or fatty options by having our fish delivered cut and ready to cook at your door.

In fact, many Mediterranean diet seafood recipes utilize healthy omega-3 rich seafood options that we offer in our sets. For a simple weight loss lunch, toss our Pacific Halibut Filets on the grill with a twist of lime and an avocado garnish. You can dress up your dinners and still get trim with oven-baked Alaskan Sablefish Filets paired with winter vegetables. If you are looking for something for the whole family to enjoy, roast our Alaska Chinook Salmon on the grill with a side of crispy salad to match!


Seafood Meal Plans For Pregnancy

Easting seafood is not only for weight loss, it is also a great way to help nurture infant growth in a delicious way. There is a lot of information out there about pregnant women and seafood, some of it is accurate, and others not so much. A common question we get is can pregnant women eat seafood and the answer is a resounding yes!

Eating seafood when pregnant is one of the best ways to infuse your body and your baby with omega-3 DHA’s. It is important to note that though you can eat seafood while pregnant, make sure that it is always fully cooked. Fresh seafood is best for your personal health and the health and development of your child. Omega-3 fatty acids help to boost the formation of the baby's nervous system as well as boost their brain development while in the womb. Seafood is also full of vitamin D and iron which are important for both mom and baby during pregnancy.

You may be wondering what seafood can pregnant women eat and which ones to avoid. Most fish is safe to eat during pregnancy as long as it is fully cooked. There is some seafood that should be avoided during pregnancy due to the high levels of mercury they contain. Mainly, king mackerel, swordfish, marlin, shark, bigeye tuna, and tilefish. Sushi should also be off the menu until the little one is out of your tummy.

If you are wondering how much seafood can you eat while pregnant, according to studies, as little as twice a week is effective for improved infant brain development. Pregnant women are encouraged to eat meals that contain seafood at often as four to five days a week or more if they prefer. Once your baby is born, it is still a good idea to maintain your seafood intake to help support postpartum recovery and to help boost the level of nutrients in your breast milk.

Easy To Cook Meals From Our Shores To Your Door

A lot of seafood places only provide small portions or lesser quality cuts of fish, that too at a higher price. Instead of going out for a lackluster seafood dinner, you can make one that fits your taste much more affordably at home. Our seafood super omega-3 seafood sets come in three different options which gives you a wealth of variety for family meals.

You can create a mouth-watering meal with our fresh Alaska Scallops, or have a weekend barbeque with our perfectly cut Dover Sole Fillets. If you want to create a simple but elegant dinner for your partner, all you need is a pair of our Albacore Tuna Loins and a side of angel hair pasta with butter and lime. The best seafood doesn’t have to come from an expensive restaurant, all you need is a high-quality supply from a reliable source, such as Global Seafood.

Monthly Omega-3 Seafood Diet Options

Making seafood dishes for your family has never been more simple. With monthly automatic delivery, it is easier than ever to ensure your family gets delicious, healthy meals. Our packages include:

#1 Basic Seafood Set- 15,000 MG approx. of Omega-3 $150

  • Pacific Ocean Perch Filets- 2 pounds vacuum packed (2133-5333mg total Omega3, 200-500mg per 3oz)
  • Ahi Tuna Steaks -2 pounds total of 4 steaks, 8 oz each (2133mg total Omega 3, 200mg per 3oz)
  • Alaska Coho Salmon Filets- 2 pounds total of 4 portions, 8 oz each (5333-10666mg total, 500-1000mg per 3 oz)
  • Pacific Lingcod 2 pounds total of 3 portions, 8 oz each, (2,529mg total Omega3, 237mg per 3oz)

#2 Premium Seafood Set- 25,000 MG approx. of Omega-3 $200

  • Dover Sole Fillets- 2 pounds vacuum packed (2133mg total Omega 3, 200mg per 3oz)
  • Alaska Sockeye Salmon Filets- 2 pounds total of 4 portions, 8 oz each, (5333-10666mg total, 500-1000mg per 3 oz)
  • Mahi Mahi Filets - 5 portions of 6 oz each, (2133mg total Omega 3, 200mg per 3oz)
  • Albacore Tuna Loins -2 pounds (2133-5333mg total Omega3, 200-500mg per 3oz)

#3 Golden Seafood Set- 45,000 MG approx. of Omega-3 $250

  • Alaska Chinook (King) Salmon- 2 pounds total of 4 portions, 8 oz each (16,000+mg total Omega3, 1,500mg per 3 oz)
  • Pacific Halibut Filets Portions- 2 pounds total of 4 portions, 8 oz each (2133-5333mg total Omega3, 200-500mg per 3oz)
  • Alaska Scallops Jumbo- 2.5 pounds (8000mg total Omega3, 200mg per 3oz)
  • Alaskan Sablefish Filets - 2 pounds total of 4 portions, 8 oz each (16,000+mg total Omega3, 1,500mg per 3 oz)

You can choose a onetime purchase, or you can subscribe for monthly deliveries for even more savings!





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