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    Seafood And Women's Health

    Seafood And Women's Health

    Better Skin. Increased Sex Drive. Stronger Nails. Muscles Popping.

    Eating wild fish every week is the secret weapon we hadn’t thought of.

     

    SKIN

    It’s the bioavailable Omega-3’s for texture and glow, the complete amino acids for boosting collagen, and Vitamin B2 for a hit of detoxifying antioxidants and wrinkle repair. Putting seafood with your retinol schedule may be the perfect 1-2 punch.


    SEX

    Two portions of seafood a week translates to sex eight times a month - no really, it was an analysis by Harvard in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. You’re also 39% more likely to have sex on the days where both you and your partner eat seafood. May we suggest our canned albacore?


    NAILS

    It’s the Omega-3’s, Iron, Phosphorus, and Vitamin A. These build strength and shine of the nail itself and support a healthy nail bed. Same goes for thicker, shiny hair. Schedule yourself a mani/pedi this month!


    MUSCLES

    It’s the complete protein plus rich polyunsaturated fatty acids that help support growth of lean muscle and can help when trying to adjust body composition - changing percentage of body fat and lean muscle mass. Modern bodybuilders and fitness competitors will rotate between the richer fish (salmon and sablefish) and leaner fish (cod and halibut) depending on macronutrient needs. Get goin’ on those squats.


    Consistency is key here ladies. One salmon dinner isn’t gonna get you ripped and gripping the headboard. Make it a lifestyle - start thinking about what seafood you have to make for dinner at home, and always check the seafood options on the menu first. Make it easy by always having it on hand in your freezer and find a go-to spice combo. Cheers to fabulous women!



    Ashley Besecker

    Ashley Besecker

    Ashley Besecker is the Co-Founder of Premier Catch and our Director of Health and Nutrition. She is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified dietitian, and nutrigenomics specialist. Ashley covers the nutritional benefits of eating sustainable, wild seafood and details on Premier Catch's sustainability commitment.

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