I love salmon and in that I mean I love to eat salmon. I especially have loved eating it after reading “The Wrinkle Cure” by Nicholas Perricone, M.D., founder of Perricone Skin Care and assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Yale University School of Medicine. In his New York Times best seller, Perricone discusses his antiaging diet, which includes plenty of salmon, famous for its Omega-3 essential fatty acids. As he says in his book, “Omega-3 essential fatty acids, which are found in fish, have the ability to dramatically reduce the body’s production of inflammatory compounds,” which cause wrinkles.
So I’m a big believer in salmon – and you should be, too. Where to get the best, freshest, wild salmon? From the Wild Alaskan Co. Founded in 2017, the company is a “three-generation-overnight success,” as its founder, Arron Kallenberg, comes from a family of fisherman in Alaska. More important, Alaska’s state constitution requires sustainability practices. The salmon has to be wild-caught to maintain the annual production of seafood.
Wild Alaskan Co. has won raves and is the crème de la crème of seafood. Think of your salmon as a necessity, but give it at Christmastime as a luxury. With more than 200,000 member/subscribers, the company is definitely doing something right. How do I love to prepare salmon? I follow the “Hungry Girl” playbook (www.Hungry-Girl.com) – marinated in Newman’s Own Sesame Ginger salad dressing, which keeps down the calories and ups the softness of my skin.
Wild Alaskan’s seafood boxes are about $131.88 for 12 fillets and about $239.76 for 24 fillets. There is a special code for WAG readers, WAG2021. You will get $15 dollars off your first order.
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