Why Salmon?

A delicious snack that’s also super healthy

The taste and health benefits of salmon have been widely known in Alaska and Asia for centuries. Salmon is already one of the most commonly-eaten fish in America, but it’s been limited in terms of how you could eat it. Until now.

Keeps you radiant

Salmon skin is packed with collagen - a powerful protein that helps maintain the integrity and flexibility of skin, joints, bones, nails, and hair. Marine collagen specifically is known to have the best absorption rate (up to 1.5x more efficiently than other collagens) due to its small particle size.

Keeps you smart

Omega 3s from salmon been shown to increase blood flow to our brains, boost the production of neurons and may even help protect against Alzheimer's and dementia.

Keeps you going

The American Heart Association and the USDA have recommended eating salmon for years, now you have an easier way of doing it. Unsaturated fatty acids can reduce inflammation associated with heart disease and strokes, and are a great source of post-workout protein. Let’s do this!

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Keeps you smiling

This part you already know, salmon is delicious! When we pair our wild-caught salmon with organic ingredients resulting in mouth-watering flavors, it’s even better.

What people are saying…

“Salmon is so plentiful in omega-3 fatty acids that even eating a four- or six-ounce portion once a week means you’re doing pretty well.”

Professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh and co-author of an omega-3 study on middle-aged adults.

Time Magazine, June 20, 2018.

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Don’t take our word for it, check out the science behind the superfood that is salmon.

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