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Seafood & Nutrition Blog

Seafood news from our team to you.

We are passionate about wild seafood, the amazing health benefits it offers and the sustainability of our oceans and planet. Stay up on the latest from your Premier Catch team here!

Omegas for Baby's Brain

Omegas for Baby's Brain

Pregnancy can kick start a new focus on healthy eating for both Mom and baby. Intuitively we all know: what goes into our bodies when we are pregnant, goes right...
Fuel Your Summer Fun with Seafood

Fuel Your Summer Fun with Seafood

With the busiest month of summer upon us, it’s more important than ever to fuel up with healthy, balanced meals. Between swimming, biking, boating, summer parties, and gardening, our bodies...
Does Eating Fish Make Children Smarter?

Does Eating Fish Make Children Smarter?

  Kids today are smarter than ever and learning at a rate that is hard to keep up with. Most parents recognize that eating a balanced diet is essential for...
Man holding baby considering seafood for ED, infertility, and low sperm count.

3 Keys to Becoming (& Staying) a Strong Dad

Whether you are trying to become a Dad, are already a Dad, or even just looking out for your own Dad’s health - seafood plays a major role in men’s...
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...
The Importance of Zinc for Men's Health

The Importance of Zinc for Men's Health

Men need 11 milligrams of Zinc per day.   Why is Zinc Important? Zinc is an essential mineral that is tied to the activity of over 100 enzymes, wound healing,...
Meet our seafood expert

Ashley Besecker, RDN, CD

Ashley Besecker is the co-founder of Premier Catch and Director of Health and Nutrition.

She is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified dietitian, and nutritional genetics specialist. Ashley studied at Pepperdine, Vanderbilt and Stanford. She currently works with 20+ professional athletes around the world.

Ashley applies the science of nutrition and omega-3 fatty acids into her work. She sits on the National Seafood Council Task Force and Expert Working Group to conduct education, research, and promotion that features the benefits of sustainable seafood for health and nutrition for every American.