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Optimize Paleo by Paleovalley

Take control of your health by moving beyond the Paleo template and learning about cutting edge health strategies that really work. This podcast will give you tips and tricks from the mouths of experts and common folk alike who discovered exactly what it takes to THRIVE. Join Chas and Autumn Smith, loving and passionate husband and wife and founders of Paleovalley.com as they guide you on the journey to cultivate vibrant health and wellness.
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Oct 23, 2019

Farm raised and wild salmon are two different foods. Not only in their nutritional profiles, but also in the way they impact the environment.

Sadly, MOST of the fish you find on the market and in restaurants is NOT wild.

(YES, even in many super fancy restaurants)

So if you’re ready to learn how to choose the highest quality and most sustainable salmon on the market, do yourself a favor and tune in now!

Here are a few fun facts you’ll learn:

  • What makes Alaskan salmon super sustainable
  • Why the color of farm raised salmon and wild salmon is so different
  • What farm raised salmon are fed to help them grow more quickly
  • Why we want to avoid antibiotics in the fish we eat
  • The nutritional differences between farmed and wild salmon
  • The ONLY way to know the salmon you’re choosing is not GMO salmon
  • The one type of salmon you’ll always want to avoid
  • How to choose the highest quality and most sustainable salmon on the market

I hope you love this podcast as much as I did! Don’t forget to tag a friend in the comments below who needs this information. Friends don’t let friends eat low quality salmon.

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