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I’d love it if you could get in an average of 1000mg of omega-3 fats each day. This is an average, and could be done over a week or months time - you don’t literally have to eat fish every single day!


In the Omega-3 Boost Box I created, it provides the exact amount of Sablefish and King Salmon to hit 1000 mg per day over a 3 month period. (and it gives you a test kit to track your progress on that O3I!)


Below are the omega-3 contents of the Premier Catch seafood products. Do a few calculations based on your preferences and build your own path to high omega-3 levels!

Wild Alaskan King Salmon

492 mg per oz

Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

243 mg per oz

Wild Alaskan Smoked Salmon

492 mg per oz

Wild Sablefish

506 mg per oz

Wild Pacific Halibut

67 mg per oz

Wild Pacific Cod

23 mg per oz

Albacore Tuna

733 mg per oz

Wild Alaskan Spot Prawns

260 mg per oz

Wild Oregon Shrimp

285 mg per oz

Dungeness Crab Snap-N-Eats

335 mg per oz

Alaska Weathervane Scallops

50 mg per oz

Alaskan Snow Crab Claws (season closed)

135 mg per oz

Alaskan Red King Crab (season closed)

117 mg per oz

 

A few real-life notes:

  • You can use supplemental fish oil if you don’t prefer to get your omega-3s solely through food. Some of my favorite brands are: Nordic Naturals, Quell by Douglas Labs, Barlean’s, and Thorne. Be sure to check the label! The correct amount of omega-3s in the supplement is the EPA number plus the DHA number (not the “total omega-3 number listed)! The goal is 1000 mg per day.
  • Don’t drain off the oil from the tuna cans - it has tons of omega-3s in the oil!
  • Remember your omega-3 intake doesn’t just happen at dinner! Remember tuna sandwiches, smoked salmon appetizers, and topped on your favorite salads for lunch.

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