Health Benefits — Seafood

An important conversation with Brain Health Kitchen's Annie Fenn

An important conversation with Brain Health Kitchen's Annie Fenn

Wild for Salmon cares about your health. So does Dr. Annie Fenn, with whom we recently spoke on the topic of brain health, particularly the prevention of Alzheimer’s, and the role of wild salmon in our diets. It was a privilege to learn from her and even more so to have the opportunity to share some of that wisdom with you! Annie is a former OBGYN and founder of the...
Seafood Nutrition & Cooking Methods

Seafood Nutrition & Cooking Methods

Seafood is healthy! Salmon is healthy! So much so that two servings of fish (particularly fatty fish because that’s where the Omega-3’s are stored like salmon, albacore tuna, and herring) per week is recommended by national health organizations, like the American Heart Association. A question we’ve been fielding in our store and office, however, is if different cooking methods affect the nutritional value of the fish.  The short answer is:...
Brain Power: Salmon & Mental Health

Brain Power: Salmon & Mental Health

The power of fish never ceases to amaze us. Sometimes it’s because the salmon come streaming into the river after multiple tides of straining water, looking for fish but falling short. Until, the wind turns or the tide shifts or they just show up - presenting us, yet again, with one of those spectacular Bristol Bay experiences of which we never tire. This month, our sheer amazement has to do...
Pass on Farmed Salmon for Your Health

Pass on Farmed Salmon for Your Health

A Reminder about the Dangers of Farmed Salmon Salmon farming is a controversial issue, and we could write scores of blogs about our take on this industry and what it means for the Bristol Bay fishery, for the American & global diet, and for our coastal communities and environments. In fact, there are many websites dedicated to this exact topic, but the point that we most want to stress to...
Staying on Track for your Health this Holiday Season

Staying on Track for your Health this Holiday Season

The holidays are commonly full of indulgences. This time of year is spent with loved ones, celebrations, maybe even gifts. While filled with joy, the holiday season is usually accompanied by disruptions in routine and, for some, those healthy habits we’ve been developing with intention. Just as we were hitting our stride with meal prep following a hectic summer, the holidays are here! Wild for Salmon has some helpful tips...