Why Salmon and no other fish?
Within the options to provide the Omega 3 fatty acids in the daily diet you can think of different sources, some natural, some processed, some as additions to the foods that we consume daily as enrichment factors, but is it the same to consume a type of Source than the other?
Of course not. It is not the same to consume a processed food, that an extract of a component in a capsule, that another enriched food, to the best source that is the natural one and that provides the best way that the body can take advantage in almost all the Benefits of its elements.
It is well known that fish have very easily digestible proteins as well as essential amino acids and hence their high nutritional value, with the quality of also providing minerals such as potassium, iron, iodine and calcium, among others, but there is a notable difference between the amounts of Omega 3 fatty acids in meat depending on a variety of fish according to how it is that accumulate fat in its body.
White fish, that is to say those that are leaner and whose fat content in the meat does not exceed 2.5% but that the fat accumulates in the liver of the same, against those denominated blue fish, that are those that its content of fat can reach up to 10%, which accumulates it under the skin and in the flesh. These blue fish provide a wealth of polyunsaturated fatty acids that are the best sources of Omega 3 for the body, and a very natural and complete assimilation.
At Club Omega Tree we have the best selection of Salmon, one of the best quality blue fish with the best flavor, so that our clients always get the best benefits with our daily dishes.
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