Care wild salmon oil?

Salmon oil offers a rich source of natural omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, without preservatives. These fatty acids help promote healthy skin and glossy coat, maintain healthy immune system, support cardiovascular health, and promote healthy brain activity. Also contains rosemary extract as an antioxidant.

A common query we ran across in our research was “Why Choose Healthy Care wild salmon oil?”.

Healthy Care Wild Salmon Oil – Natural source of Omega-3, helping maintain brain, eye, skin health and relieving symptoms of mild arthritis. Healthy Care Wild Salmon Oil is specially extracted to provide a natural source of Omega-3 fatty acids, which can help to maintain general health and wellbeing.

Using the same high-quality oil from wild caught Alaskan salmon, fiver factors make Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon Oil one of the finest oils you could ever find: MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) Certification to ensure sustainability of salmon stock.

Unless the label states the oil is from wild caught salmon, it is safe to assume it’s from farmed salmon. Atlantic salmon is always farmed, unlike sockeye or wild caught, which is not. In my opinion, oil from farm-raised fish is problematic for several reasons.

What are the health benefits of salmon oil?

Getting enough of this fatty acid in your diet may reduce your risk of cognitive decline, including conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. The omega-3 content in salmon oil may support eye health as well. One study showed that omega-3 supplements lowered the risk of eye problems like glaucoma and age-related vision loss .

What is wild salmon oil made from?

Wild Salmon Oil is extracted from cold water fish and is a natural source of marine omega-3 fatty acids. Wild Salmon Oil contains the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, and can be taken as a dietary supplement.

Wild salmon consume plankton and small omega-3-rich fish in their natural surroundings. Salmon oil comes from the fatty tissues of the fish, so the fattier the fish, the better the oil. That’s why Alaskan salmon from frigid Northern waters are the perfect source – they accumulate fat in their tissues for warmth!

Why is salmon so popular in Australia?

It has an omega 3 oil count 40% higher than any other wild fish and has its deep red/orange colour due to a natural diet rich in prawns and shellfish. All salmon raised in Australia is farmed.