Eat Wild Alaska Seafood for a healthy heart, healthy bones, and a powerful brain.

From the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute:

“Conventional wisdom says that a healthy diet is one that is low in fat and–invariably–short on flavor. We beg to differ. And so do millions of connoisseurs of Alaska seafood the world over. You can study reams of nutritional research. Or, simply observe the extraordinary health and longevity of people in countries where seafood is a mainstay of the diet. Either way, Alaska seafood is as healthy as it is delicious.”

By purchasing a Morshovi Bay share you are making an investment in your health. Naturally rich in protein, vitamin D, and Omega-3 fatty acids, wild Alaska seafood is the start to a perfectly nutritious meal. The American Heart Association recommends eating two servings of fish per week! Find out more at the American Heart Association.

What about mercury contamination? Most experts agree that the health benefits of consuming Wild Alaska Seafood far outweigh the risks of mercury consumption. Also, the waters from which your Wild Alaska Seafood is caught are among the cleanest in the world.

When we eat Wild Alaska Seafood, we feel better. Commercial fishing is a physically challenging job, and by eating seafood frequently during the season, Claire and Peter have the strength and focus to keep going. It really is our choice of ‘fuel.’ Also, this rich source of Omega-3 fatty acids helps our bodies fight against premature aging, keeping us looking beautiful (well, maybe just Claire).

Check out the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute’s Alaska Seafood Nutrition Information chart to find nutritional values and calorie content of Wild Alaska Seafood, giving even more reasons to feel good about eating Wild Alaska Seafood! We will try to post current news articles about the health benefits of Wild Alaska Seafood– check back for updates. In the meantime, we refer you to the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute for more material. We are proud of our product!