Benefits of Cold Water Seafood

Health & Nutritional Benefits – Efficient, Clean, Nutritious

Colder water seafood from the North Atlantic, Southern Atlantic, and throughout the extreme points of the Earth is highly nutritious. The cold aquatic environment promotes naturally slow body growth for small, medium, large, and colossal organisms throughout these waters. Norwegian Atlantic Salmon, Atlantic Cod, Atlantic Mackerel, Haddock, Halibut, and true Sea Bass are found in naturally cold open waters and fjords. Here, the fish and seafood is able to feed on efficient small or large food sources while packing on the healthy fats that are in high-demand.


A small 100 gram portion of Atlantic Mackerel contains around 200% of the recommended daily intake of Vitamin B12 and 100% of selenium. A 100 gram piece of Norwegian Salmon is similarly efficient. Both species contain more than 4,100 mg of omega-3 fatty acid per 100 gram serving while being anatomically being completed different. A factor that makes them significantly similar is their cold water natural environments and similar options for nourishment such as small cephalopods, plankton, prawns, shrimps, shellfish, and abundant small species such as capelin, sprats, and other fatty fish and seafood.

Our premium salmon, cod, haddock, halibut, mackerel, sea bass, and scallops provide exceeds or is close to the recommended in-take of: Protein, Iron, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Omega-3 fatty acid, Phosphorus, Selenium, Niacin, and zinc. All of our premium salmon and seafood is low in calories, and low in cholesterol. The larger size of Cold Water, North Atlantic Fish & Seafood provides us with proteins that have had plenty of time to develop essential fats and good cholesterol such as High Density Lipoproteins (HDLs). HDL’s help the body control and eradicate bad cholesterol from the bloodstream.

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