Lightly smoked salmon paté in olive oil, 4 oz.
We developed this product out of a request by one of our patrons to make non-dairy delicately smoked salmon paté in olive oil patterned after a sample brought from France that contains dairy.
Shelf life: three (03) years without preservatives or MSG and without food coloring.
Net weight 105 gms (4 Oz), 225 gms (8oz)
Gross weight. 225 gms (4 Oz), 480 gms (8 Oz)
Health Benefits of Salmon:
Rich in Omega 3 - Salmon is rich in long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, which have been shown to reduce inflammation, lower blood pressure and decrease risk factors for disease.
Great source of protein. Our body requires protein to heal, protect bone health and prevent muscle loss, among other things. Salmon provides 22–25 grams of protein per 3.5-ounce serving.
High in B Vitamins. Salmon is an excellent source of several B vitamins, which are needed for energy production, controlling inflammation and protecting heart and brain ealth.
High Potassium, which control blood pressure and prevent excess fluid retention. It also reduces risk of stroke.
Loaded with Selenium A 100-gram serving of salmon provides 59–67% of selenium, a mineral involved in protecting bone health, improving thyroid function and reducing the risk of cancer.
Contains Antioxidant which may benefit heart, brain, nervous system and skin health.
May Benefit Weight Control.Consuming salmon may help you control your weight by reducing appetite, boosting metabolic rate, increasing insulin sensitivity and decreasing belly fat.
May Protect Brain Health. Frequent salmon consumption may help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, protect fetal brain health in pregnancy and decrease the risk of age-related memory problems.
"Salmon store most of their fat in their undersides, making the meat there some of the most flavorful on the whole fish. While fat on your plate isn't always a good thing, salmon is an exception; additional fat boosts the fish's levels of healthful omega-3 fatty acids. Because salmon is naturally lean, the additional fat in the belly doesn't significantly contribute to additional fat on your belly." Article by Lauren Whitney, Livestrong.com