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Vital Choice Wild Seafood & Organics


Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon - 212 grams per can

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Superior Features 

  • Unsurpassed purity of Wild 100% natural seafood not bred on man-made farms but growing as nature intended, free of added antibiotics, pesticides, synthetic colouring agents and growth hormones.
  • Wild Sockeye Salmon is high in antioxidant astaxanthin imparting a natural rich red colour to the oil and flesh acquired from its natural diet of krill and plankton and which is up to 100 times more potent than Vitamin E. 
  • Vital Choice Seafood is regularly and independently lab tested to be free of harmful levels of mercury and other toxins.
  • Premium Kosher Sockeye Salmon certified by the well respected and recognised Orthodox Union.
  • Certified by the Marine Stewardship Council as originating from 100% sustainably harvested fish so it is not only good for you but also for the wild salmon resource too which makes  Vital Choice an ethical choice for the environment.
  • Superior nutritional profile especially in regard to higher healthy omega-3 fats and less overall fat, therefore less toxins which accumulate in the fattier farmed fish who are fed a contaminated artificial diet.
  • Vital Choice Seafood is packed fresh not frozen so the fats do not congeal giving it supreme quality, superlative texture and succulent flavour.

Endorsements & Expertise

  • Preferred and recommended by many distinguished and highly esteemed health professionals including: Dr. Joseph Mercola, Dr. Chrisitne Northrup, Dr. Nicholas Perricone, Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Stephen Sinatra and Dr. William Sears among others who advocate the superior nutritional benefits and purity of  Vital Choice Seafood.
  • Founding management of  Vital Choice is not only guided by integrity and high moral principles but also has over 50 years experience harvesting Alaskan salmon and less than 1% of all wild salmon produced meets their high quality standard so you can be sure you are wisely choosing the pinnacle of purveyors and products. freerange fish & forage aspires to be your link to partake of this much sought after seafood of excellence

Ingredients & Nutrition

Ingredients: Purely Sockeye salmon and sea salt / Or No Salt Added

Nutritional Information: In addition to ample protein - 23g per 100g, Alaskan Sockeye salmon offers abundant omega-3s, as well as unrivaled levels of vitamin D and astaxanthin (as-tuh-zan-thin), a carotenoid-class red-orange pigment with rare antioxidant power.

On average, Sockeye salmon provides these amounts of nutrients per 53g serving :

  • Omega-3s – About 997mg of omega-3 EPA+DHA, or 2 to 4 times more than the minimum daily EPA+DHA intake recommended by most world health authorities (250-500mg)).
  • Vitamin D3 – About 585 IU in the optimal D3 form, which is more than most other fish, and more than any fortified food, approaching the child-to-adult US RDA of 600 IU.
  • Astaxanthin – About 3.39 mg. This red-orange pigment is a carotenoid-class nutrient with unique health benefits.
  • Protein - 12g
  • Sodium - 190mg (Traditional) and 40mg (No Salt Added)

Use & Storage

Our Wild Red Sockeye Salmon tastes great in sandwiches or salads, plain or with a bit of seasoning. There are numerous healthy cooked recipes that you can experiment with so feel free to send us your favourites 

Storage - Refrigerate in suitable container after opening and use within 48 hours.

Please note: We always do our best to procure easy-open can lids, but availability may vary. Some cans will ship as traditional-style lids.

Fascinating Fishy Facts

Omega-3s for Mothers, Infants, and Children
Here's what widely respected pediatrician William Sears, M.D. told us in response to this question on this subject:

• "... experts attending a 2005 workshop recommended at least 300 mg a day for pregnant and nursing mothers (most mothers get only 20-25% of this amount, unless they take omega-3 fish oil supplements). In our medical practice we have mothers take at least 500 mg of DHA per day during pregnancy and lactation."

• "The recommendation for infants is at least 200mg of DHA per day, which is the dosage added to infant formulas."

• "Practically speaking, infants under one year old receive their omega-3s through mother's milk or fortified formula, but it is perfectly safe and perhaps even beneficial for infants to be given extra Vital Choice fish oil at a serve of around 300 mg a day of DHA. I stress DHA rather than EPA because DHA is the main brain growth omega 3."

NOTE: There are as yet no official omega-3 intake recommendations for children over two years of age, so please consult your pediatrician.
A serve of 300 mg of DHA would be provided by 4 of our 1000 mg capsules 
CAUTION: If your child has never had fish or fish oil, please check for seafood allergies (which are uncommon) by rubbing some Salmon Oil on his or her skin, in a less sensitive area such as the lower leg.

A Cloudy Fish Oil Myth
Our Salmon Oil will become cloudy if refrigerated or frozen, and this is no cause for concern.

Some people assert, inaccurately, that if a fish oil becomes cloudy when cold this means it is not as pure or efficacious as an oil that remains clear when cold.

But if a fish oil becomes cloudy when cold this simply means that it retains some of the shorter chain fatty acids -- including small amounts of saturated fatty acids -- that occur naturally in fish.

In fact, most of what we know about the myriad health benefits of omega-3 fish oils comes from studies involving consumption of whole fish, which, like our Salmon Oil, contain small amounts of saturated fatty acids. In any case, the the current scientific consensus holds that saturated fatty acids are not inherently harmful to heart-health.

Fish oils and blood thinners
The omega-3s in fish oil possess properties associated with “blood thinning”, but according to research by American Heart Association (AHA) consultant William Harris, Ph.D., they do not appear to pose any risk to persons taking blood-thinning drugs (e.g., Coumadin).

This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult with your physician before taking doses substantially higher than recommended, or taking this product if you are pregnant, diabetic, allergic to fish or iodine, have a diagnosed cardiac condition or immune disorder.