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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!

Frozen vs Fresh Seafood

Frozen vs Fresh Seafood

“Freezing, when done properly, is an excellent way to ‘lock-in’ the quality inherent in the catch so that when thawed, you’re getting essentially the same quality you would have had if you ate it on the boat with the fishermen," 
Eating for Longevity

Eating for Longevity

There are five special places in the world that have the longest living people, called "centenarians" (those that live to 100 years) and "super-centenarians" (those that live beyond 110 years).

Ikaria, Greece / Sardinia, Italy / Loma Linda, California / Okinawa, Japan / Nicoya, Costa Rica

2022-2023 Alaskan Red King Crab Season Closed

2022-2023 Alaskan Red King Crab Season Closed

At Premier Catch, we have chosen products that meet incredibly high standards of both quality and sustainability. Our butterfly split Alaskan Red King Crab legs are no exception. They are...
Wild Salmon Types

Wild Salmon Types

Salmon come in various species with their own unique textures, flavors, and stories. Premier Catch sells only the highest quality Wild Caught King and Sockeye Salmon from the waters of Southeast Alaska.
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,...
Swap Out Your Bacon For Salmon Skin

Swap Out Your Bacon For Salmon Skin

Can you eat the salmon skin? If it’s wild and sustainably caught you can!

The skin is where absorption happens. On our bodies, and in fish. As long as a fish has been swimming in the wild and eating it’s natural foods, you CAN eat the skin of the salmon! 

Why We Need Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Why We Need Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 Fatty Acids. I can write about this topic until my fingers are on fire; but what I want to talk about today is where the omega-3 in our seafood...
Protect Your Heart with Wild Seafood

Protect Your Heart with Wild Seafood

Seafood is an incredible source of heart healthy nutrients, and every bite carries a piece of prevention or optimization for your health!

Essential Trace Minerals for Thyroid Health

Essential Trace Minerals for Thyroid Health

It is estimated that there are 20 Million people in the US that suffer from thyroid conditions, of which, 60% are actually unaware of their condition! Why do I mention Thyroid Health in a Seafood article? Seafood contains important fatty acids and minerals that contribute to a healthy thyroid. The most talked about nutrient being Iodine.

Why the Mediterranean Diet Reigns Supreme

Why the Mediterranean Diet Reigns Supreme

I know you've heard about "The Mediterranean Diet." This diet become wildly popular in the 90's and is based off of the eating habits of Spain, Italy, and Greece back in the 1960's.

It is dominant in plants, unsaturated fats, oils, legumes, nuts, seeds, fish, and an overall balance of moderation and joy.
Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D?

Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D?

Statistics show that approximately 80% of Americans are Vitamin D deficient; and that optimizing Vitamin D status can decrease our risk of cancer by more than half.

 While the best source of Vitamin D is from the sun, the next best source is, you guessed it, SEAFOOD!

Eat Seafood 2x per Week to Meet Your Omega-3 Needs

Eat Seafood 2x per Week to Meet Your Omega-3 Needs

The importance of Omega-3's and Fish in your weekly diet
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.