Super Omega-3 Seafood Diet
Monthly Omega 3 Seafood Diet Supply
#1 Basic Seafood Oil Set Approximately 15,000 milligrams Omega 3 $150
Pacific Ocean Perch Filets vacuum packed 2 pounds (2133-5333mg total Omega3, 200-500mg per 3oz)
Ahi Tuna Steaks 8 oz each, 4 steaks 2 pounds (2133mg total Omega 3, 200mg per 3oz)
Alaska Coho Salmon Filets Portion 8 oz each, 4 portions 2 pounds (5333-10666mg total, 500-1000mg per 3 oz)
Pacific Lingcod Portions 3 - 8 oz each, 2 pounds (2,529mg total Omega3, 237mg per 3oz)
#2 Premium Seafood Oil Set Approximately 25,000 milligrams Omega 3 $200
Dover Sole Fillets vacuum packed 2 pounds (2133mg total Omega 3, 200mg per 3oz)
Alaska Sockeye Salmon Filets Portions 8 oz each, 4 portions 2 pounds (5333-10666mg total, 500-1000mg per 3 oz)
Mahi Mahi Filets Portions 6 oz each, 5 portions (2133mg total Omega 3, 200mg per 3oz)
Albacore Tuna Loins 2 pounds (2133-5333mg total Omega3, 200-500mg per 3oz)
#3 Golden Seafood Oil Set Approximately 45,000 Milligrams Omega 3 $250
Alaska Chinook (King) Salmon 8 oz each, 4 portions 2 pounds (16,000+mg total Omega3, 1,500mg per 3 oz)
Pacific Halibut Filets Portions 8 oz each, 4 portions 2 pounds (2133-5333mg total Omega3, 200-500mg per 3oz)
Alaska Scallops Jumbo 2.5 pounds (8000mg total Omega3, 200mg per 3oz)
Alaskan Sablefish Filets Portions 8 oz each, 4 portions 2 pounds (16,000+mg total Omega3, 1,500mg per 3 oz)
Vitamins are a fantastic innovation that helps many people meet their nutritional needs when they are unable to through diet alone. Supplementation is especially helpful for those of us who are picky eaters or have children who are picky eaters.
It's easy to grow concerned over your nutritional needs and begin to rely on supplements for ease of mind. However, problems arise when people become reliant upon supplements for vitamins and minerals. Supplements have their place in our lives, but it's much better to get nutrients from food sources.
One of those essential nutrients is Omega 3 fish oils. Omega-3 fish oils are naturally present in your diet when you eat different kinds of fish regularly.
What are Omega-3 Fish Oils?
Omega-3's are oils naturally found in fatty fish as well as some nuts and seeds. Fish that live in the cold, deep ocean waters tend to have higher fat stores to thrive in those harsher ocean environments. These fish eat a variety of smaller fish, crustaceans, and algae to sustain themselves in their natural habitat. Because our favorite fish eat a diet that is high in healthy oils, the fish we eat are chock full of beneficial fats that improve our health when we consume healthy fish.
Omega-3's are the fatty acids present in the foods that we eat. There are two primary omega-s3 that our bodies need for optimal health, EPA and DHA. The scientific community has done numerous studies on the health benefits of consuming foods high in omega-3s. Some benefits have long been known while new benefits are being discovered and studied all the time.
We know that the Omega-3's present in fish oils have a wide variety of benefits and positive impacts on your health.
Benefits of Omega-3s:
Omega-3 fish oils impact your body in many ways. Studies have found that Omega-3 fish oils can help reduce the risk and occurrence of heart attacks by up to 25%. The American Heart Association recognizes the need for increased Omega-3's for people who have coronary artery disease because the increased fish oils can help reduce the chances of sudden death in these patients by upwards of 45%!
Omega-3 fish oils can help boost your mood and reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety.
If you suffer from mood disorders, increasing your seafood or fish oil intake can alleviate some of your symptoms. Higher doses are sometimes recommended for mental health improvements, so you must consult with your doctor before starting any new medications or supplements.
Fish oils for pregnancy are especially essential during mom and baby, and into early childhood to support the developing brain. The anti-inflammatory benefits of fish oil can help support a women's changing body before, during, and after pregnancy. Fish oils are also helpful for breastfeeding women.
Getting older children to eat fish can sometimes be tricky. While it's best to get your DHA and EPA from food sources, The Acadamy of Pediatrics recommends 50mg-100mg of fish oils for children each day.
Other Benefits of Fish Oil:
- Fish oil for eyes (fish oil for dry eyes): Some studies have indicated that fish oil can help reduce the chances of macular degeneration in aging populations. Also, fish oil can help reduce dry eye syndrome.
- Fish oil for anxiety (lowers symptoms): Studies have shown that people who suffer from anxiety tended to have lower levels of omega-3s in their bloodstream. After six weeks of supplementation with fish oils, patients started to report a reduction in anxiety symptoms.
- Fish oil for depression (reduces symptoms): While more research is needed, we are starting to see that fish oils may help reduce the occurrence of depression-like symptoms. Scientists are discovering new and exciting benefits of fish oils all the time.
- Fish oil for weight loss (helps aid in weight loss): Fish oil can help reduce inflammation and curb cravings. The anti-inflammatory benefits of fish oil also help to increase the likely hood of positive and joyful exercise.
- Fish oil for cholesterol (lowers cholesterol): Fish oil can help lower your bad cholesterol (LDL) and increase your good cholesterol (HDL). Fish oils can help lower irritation in your blood vessels and improve overall cardiovascular health.
- Fish oil for blood pressure (lowers blood pressure): Among the other cardiovascular benefits, fish oil may be able to help you lower your blood pressure in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise regime.
- Fish Oil for Cancer: Some studies are emerging, showing a correlation between fish oil intake and a reduced likelihood of developing certain types of cancers. While these studies are not conclusive, they are leading to further investigation into the correlation.
- Fish Oil for ADHD: Along with mood improvements, fish oil may have a benefit in balancing your brain chemistry. While not conclusive, some promising studies are beginning to indicate an interest in taking fish oils for those with ADHD and other similar conditions.
What is the best Fish oil Supplement:
Not all fish oil supplements are the same. Fish oil supplement companies are not held to any official set of production and purity standards. When shopping around for fish oil supplements, looks for a supplement that is pure fish oil without any added vegetable oils such as flaxseed oil.
A fish oil supplement should contain both EPA and DHA fish oils and oils from algae sources to be a complete omega-3 fish oil supplement. The daily recommended dose for fish oils supplementation is 250mg-500mg per day. Higher therapeutic dosages should be taken in consultation with a medical professional.
We offer several choices of high-quality omega-3 fish oil supplements if you cannot get enough omega-3's through diet alone. Your dosages will vary depending on your age, sex, and health status. Always consult your physician before beginning any supplementation.
We always recommend trying to increase your fish oil intake through diet by adding wild-caught seafood to your diet.
How much fish oil for men and women?
Fish oil benefits everyone, from infants to adults. Children and infants should be given 50mg-100mg of fish oil per day, through diet is best.
Adults not able to increase their seafood consumption should consider a high-quality, pure fish oil supplement.
Most doctors recommend that adults get 250mg-500mg of omega-3 fish oils per day. If tracking your daily intake is too stressful, you can also track your weekly fish oil intake. 2-3 servings of fatty fish per week will help you meet your DHA and EPA nutritional goals.
While fish oil supplements are helpful for people who don't like to eat seafood, we always recommend that you try and increase your seafood intake through diet first.
Fish oil supplements can have some unpleasant side effects to consider when thinking about taking a fish oil pill. Some people experience bloating and gas with burps that taste fishy. Taking your supplement with food can help reduce these side effects. Others can experience heartburn from taking fish oil pills. Keeping your fish oil cold in the fridge can help lessen heartburn. Fish oil supplements will go bad if left in the heat or a sunny window. A cool, dark, dry place is best for storing your fish oil supplements.
The best way to increase your omega-3 intake is to eat lots of wild-caught fish weekly, if not daily. Our blog and news sections have lots of great recipes and ways to cook your seafood, so you won't have to worry about growing tired of boring seafood at your dinner table.
What can I take instead of fish oil?
If you follow a vegan diet or simply don't like that taste of fatty fish, some nuts and seeds are an excellent alternative for omega 3. Flaxseeds, chia, seeds, and walnuts are the best alternative to fish oils.
With vegetable and plant sources of omega-3's, you run into an issue with omega-6 fatty acids. Plant sources contain omega-6 fatty acids which compete with omega-3's and reduce the benefits of omega-3's in your body. Some studies have shown that too many omega-6 fatty acids in your body can increase your body's risk of inflammation. While other studies have shown that omega-6 fatty acids can help reduce bad cholesterol. You want to aim for a higher ration of omega-3s to omega-6s in your body. Nuts and seeds are a source of omega-3s, but they are also a higher calorie source. Fish is a high protein source of omega-3s, a relatively lower calorie source of nutrients.
Healthwise, omega fish oil is a better source of DHA and EPA than nuts and seeds. The omega-3's in fish oil are nature-made, and your body will thank you!
Even better still, is ordering one of our Super Omega-3 Seafood Diet bundles and getting all of the omega-3s you need while enjoying delicious wild-caught seafood.
Best Time of Day to Take Fish oil?
While it's less important to take your fish oil supplement at a particular time of day, most nutritionists and doctors recommend that you take your fish oil supplement with a meal. Taking fish oil on an empty stomach can lead to fish burps, heartburn, and other unpleasant side effects. We always recommend that you take your fish oil supplement on a full stomach to help prevent some of the more annoying side effects of fish oil pills.
How does fish oil help you lose weight?
In addition to a healthier heart, smoother range of motion, and more youthful skin, fish oil can help those looking to experience healthy weight loss. Studies are beginning to emerge, showing that fish oils can help increase the likelihood of weight loss in those attempting to drop excess pounds.
Some people experience easier weight loss when supplementing with fish oil or increasing their weekly fatty fish intake. Scientists don't exactly know why this happens, but they think it has to do with the impact omega-3's have on reducing inflammation in the body and balancing hormones. Balancing hormones and reducing inflammation can both help with weight loss.
Fish Oil for Reducing Hunger and Appetite:
A calorie-restricted diet with the goal of weight loss can sometimes lead people to have feelings of hunger and increased cravings. Increasing your omega-3 fish oils through diet or supplementation can help curb those cravings. Fish oils can help you feel fuller longer after a meal, which can help you get through those calorie-restricted days while trying to lose weight. Fish oil is so powerful for your body that some studies are showing the opposite effect. Patients suffering from malnutrition (for a variety of health reasons) experienced an increase in appetite when taking a fish oil supplement, whereas obese patients experienced a decrease in appetite.
Scientists are starting to see that fish oil benefits can vary depending on your health status and nutritional needs.
Does fish oil increase your metabolism?
For those wanting to use fish oil for weight loss, they may see an increase in metabolism. If you're looking to drop a few extra pounds from around your waistline, increasing your fish intake can help you burn more calories throughout the day. As we age, our metabolisms slow down, fish and fish oil can help keep our metabolisms running at peak performance so that we don't experience the weight gain associated with decreased metabolic rate.
Fish Oil for Body Building:
We are starting to see a lot more bodybuilders focus on seafood intake or fish oil supplementation, and they might be on to something. Fish oil increases the amount of fat that you burn during exercise. Similar to a keto diet, fish oil may help your body use fats for energy during exercise.
For women, especially, combining a healthy diet and healthy exercise with fish oils may help you reduce body fat better than exercising alone. As always, consult with your physician before beginning any diet or weight loss regimen.
Fish Oils Might Help Reduce Inflammation:
By reducing inflammation, fish oil can aid in muscle recovery for bodybuilders. Bodybuilders who eat plenty of fatty fish or take fish oil supplements say they experience a better range of motion and less muscle soreness when taken in conjunction with a bodybuilding program. Along with the cardiovascular benefits of fish oils, bodybuilders should incorporate a variety of fatty fish in their diet to experiences the benefits of omega-3s.
Bodybuilders are not the only people who benefit from the anti-inflammatory benefits of fish oil. Better range of motion and reduce inflammation can help all adults make healthy and joyful exercise easier on our bodies.
Adding fish to your weekly meal plans can help boost your nutrition and mood, among other benefits. If you can't increase your seafood intake adequately, it is possible to supplement with fish oil pills. A variety of EPA and DHA sources is best to see the benefits of fish oil in your daily life. It can take more than six weeks to start to see and feel the benefits of increase your fish oil intake, so be patient and stick with it.
Let us Make it Easier for You:
We've made it easy to increase your seafood intake by putting together three different levels of Super Omega-3 Seafood Diet packages for you to choose from. Each package contains at least eight pounds of four different kinds of seafood and a minimum of 15,000mg of omega-3 fish oils. We have created these bundles with your tastebuds and health needs in mind.
From options such as coho and king salmon to sablefish (black cod) and Alaskan scallops, our seafood bundles will meet your family's needs and help you boost your nutrition while eating delicious, wild-caught seafood.
When you order with us, you will receive only the best, sustainably caught, wild seafood so you can rest assured that you and your family are eating the best.
Whether you eat seafood exclusively or are looking to add more seafood into your diet, we can help you boost your nutrition with beautiful and delicious seafood.
Do you eat seafood exclusively as your primary source of protein? A seafood diet, also known as a pescetarian diet has many benefits. People who eat seafood as their primary source of protein experience increased heart health, healthier body weights, and other healthy side effects. Together with avoiding processed foods, a seafood diet can lead to better energy and a healthier lifestyle.
Any diet that incorporates healthy seafood and less junk food will boost your energy and nutrition.
Why eat more fish rather than take supplements?
Omega-3 fish oils through eating fatty fish are the best way to get your weekly omega-3 fish oils needs met. You can achieve your DHA and EPA needs by adding two seafood meals per week to your weekly meal plan. The Omega-3's in fish are easier for your body to process and absorb, and it's delicious at the same time!
Supplementation with fish oil supplements can help if you don't eat oily fish. Our seafood bundles include lots of options for people who don't think they like seafood. Mild tasting and firm-textured seafood is an excellent choice if you're not sure how much you like seafood.
As like with any supplement, there is such a thing as too much Omega-3s. If you're not sure how much to take, you can overdo it on the fish oil pills. It's much safer and harder to overdose on Omega 3's through food sources.
Overdoing it on your fish oil pills can lead to unpleasant gastrointestinal side effects such as bloating, gas (fish burps), and even diarrhea. You won't experience those kinds of adverse effects from eating fish twice per week.
That's why we decided to offer a Super Omega-3 Seafood bundle. Our Super Omega-3 seafood packages provide three choices for a variety of fatty fish that contain lots of beneficial fish oils.
Doctors recommend eating a range of seafood 2-3 times per week to help you reach optimal health. We want to make it easier to add more seafood to your weekly meal plans. Our Super Omega-3 bundles offer variety and choices when it comes to your weekly seafood intake. You won't get sick of the same old white fish week after week because you can buy one of our various packages of frozen seafood from the comfort of your own home. We have even included types of seafood we think even beginner seafood eaters will enjoy.
When you order from Global Seafoods, your seafood packages ship directly to your door over dry ice. We guarantee it will arrive at your door still frozen and ready to transfer directly into your freezer. To defrost, simply take a packed out of the freezer in the morning and defrost in the fridge. You can even cook seafood from frozen if you forget to defrost your dinner in the morning.
We offer a variety of wild Alaskan seafood to give you the very best wild Alaskan fish oils. Impress your family and increase your omega-3 fish oil intake with our many options of seafood.
Our Super Omega Seafood packages can help you create a seafood diet plan that will boost your mood and improve your health, all while tasting delicious!
What is a Seafood Diet?
Someone who follows a seafood diet almost exclusively gets their protein from fish and shellfish sources—people who follow a pescatarian diet benefit from the fish oils present in their seafood.
While not everyone can or should follow a strict seafood diet, increasing your weekly seafood intake has many benefits to your body, mind, and health.
A seafood diet only is difficult and can be expensive, but if you increase your seafood intake to 2-3 times per week, you will see massive improvements to your mood and your health.
To meet all of your protein and nutrition needs, we recommend eating many different types of fish while following a seafood diet. If you're looking to add more fish to your diet, we recommend adding fish like cod fish in your diet, salmon fish in your diet, and other types of seafood to vary up your meals.
Seafood Diet Benefits
A diet that includes several types of fatty fish means that you are receiving adequate amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. Increasing your oily fish intake provides all of the excellent health benefits that go along with food sources of fish oils. From better heart health to smoother joint movement, eating seafood will satisfy your cravings for seafood and your body's needs for fish oil.
Seafood Diet and Weightloss:
Fish is an excellent source of lean proteins than can help keep you fuller longer and curb cravings that can disrupt healthy weightloss. Adding more fish to your diet is a great way to boost your nutrition and stay on track with your nutritional goals. Getting healthier doesn't have to be stressful. Getting fit shouldn't be stressful. We can make it easy for you by providing vacuum-packed portions of seafood for easy defrosting and cooking.
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Best Fish for Diet Plans:
A tasty variety of fish types is the best way to meet your fish diet plan goals. Rather than sticking to one kind of seafood all the time, vary it up with one of our bundled options.
Our Super Omega bundles offer four different varieties of fish so that you won't get tired of the same kind of fish for dinner repeatedly.
Some of the best fish for a keto diet are included in this bundle, including salmon and sablefish. Both kinds of fish are high in protein and healthy fats. Sablefish (also known as black cod) has a rich buttery taste and smooth texture, making it a decadent choice for various recipes. We've included tuna, salmon, and white fish such as ocean perch, so you get a little of everything. Our largest bundle even has Alaskan scallops!
Coho and king salmon are excellent choices as keto diet fish because of their protein, fish oil content, and fantastic flavor. While our Super Omega-3 Seafood Diet bundles don't include southern seafood for your diet, we try to incorporate varieties that are excellent for your health and excellent tasting too!
Low Carb Diet:
Seafood is a perfect addition to a low-carb diet.
A low carb diet is one in which you cut out the number of carbohydrates that you eat daily. While an extremely low-carb diet such as a keto diet has its benefits, it's not always sustainable long term. We recommend adding unprocessed carbs like vegetables, grains, and rice to your fish diet.
We have lots of recipes and resources right on our website to help you learn how to cook the most delicious seafood meals.
Is tuna fish good for a low carb diet?
Any kind of fish, but especially tuna, is excellent in a low carb diet. The lean proteins found in fish can help keep you full and meet your nutritional goals. Tuna is excellent because it is a mild-tasting fish with a firm texture that goes well with many different flavors.
Learning how to cook and eat seafood for your health doesn't have to be scary. We have lots of resources to help you eat well while becoming healthier!
Which one of our Omega-3 Super Seafood Diet bundles do you want to try first?