Scottish Salmon: A Simple, Healthy, Flavorful Serving
When it comes to seafood, plenty of questions and concerns about sustainability and quality. Well, from the team over here at Premier Meat Company, we’d like to assure you that our Scottish Salmon is sustainably raised on open ocean farms in the cold, clear North Atlantic ocean waters off the coast of Scotland—then hand cut by an artisan and individually inspected for the highest quality.
Salmon is healthy. Of course, there’s mainly the focus on the amazing Omega-3 of the fish, which boasts its popularity of consumption—with flavorful recipes that include hints of lemon, butter, or dill—and methods like grilling, baking, or broiling. When we cook Scottish Salmon in our kitchen, we usually get 4 8oz filets since we like to prep and serve up each one differently—and we’ll share our recipes with you in another story since there are new discoveries about our oceanic friend in store for today.
According to The World’s Healthiest Foods blog, ‘One fascinating new area of health benefits involves the protein and amino acid content of salmon. Studies have indicated that salmon contains small bioactive protein molecules, and bioactive peptides, that may provide special support for joint cartilage, insulin effectiveness, and control inflammation in the digestive tract. A popular bioactive in these studies is called Calcitonin. The human form of Calcitonin is made by the thyroid gland, and we know that it is a key hormone for helping regulate and stabilize the balance of collagen and minerals in the bone and surrounding tissue.’ They continue to elaborate on Omega-3 Salmon power and other benefits of Salmon you may not have heard about, like cardiovascular benefits, improved mood and cognition, joint protection, eye benefits, decreased cancer risk and more, so definitely give them a click for educational facts about food.
We’re excited that we got to touch upon the healthy side of things regarding this filet and promise to always share new things about healthy servings when we find them, cause it’s all about the community and culture surrounding our industry.