All About Wild Seafood

Histamines in Seafood
Seafood is one of the most common sources of histamine. Fish, shellfish, and other seafood products can contain high levels of histamine, which can trigger an allergic reaction in people with histamine sensitivity. Fortunately, there are a few steps people can take to shop for seafood that is low in histamines and reduce their chances of experiencing an allergic reaction.
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Raw wild Sockeye Salmon cut portion filets on wooden cutting board with salt and seasoning.
Eating fish regularly helps protect against developing heart disease and heart attack. The oils in fish are unique; they have omega 3s–fatty acids not found in any other foods. The omega 3s in fish improve heart function and make other conditions that contribute to heart disease less dangerous. For these reasons, the American Heart Association urges everyone to consume fish at least twice a week—especially fatty species such as salmon, herring, black cod, mackerel, and sardines.
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Wild vs. Farm Raised Salmon
Wild caught fish have 33% more usable Omega 3s than farm-raised, and are leaner than their farm-raised counterparts. Farmed salmon contain chemicals called PCB's and have added color to make them look pink. Why choose a lesser option when Alaska’s wild fisheries are so productive, sustainable, clean, and healthy?
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Why should I buy my salmon from Kwee-Jack?
Learn everything about how we catch your salmon shares. As you decide if you will choose to purchase your salmon from us, please know that we are committed to providing salmon that is of the highest quality to be found anywhere in the world. If you love salmon, we know you’ll love what we offer, and you can feel good about how it was caught. Fishing during the summer is not just a job for us, it is truly our way of life.
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