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Alaska is a pure, magical and desirable place. It is the world's largest and most prosperous commercial fish base. It is also one of the few unpolluted marine areas, rich in natural wild marine fish. These include: Alaska salmon (red salmon, king salmon, silver salmon, pink salmon, chum salmon), crab (king crab, snow crab, dungeness crab), black cod, P-cod, Alaska pollock, flounder, squid and Sea cucumbers, sea urchins and other seafood. Alaska wild salmon is also a high-quality protein source containing all essential fatty acids essential to the body. It is also rich in various vitamins and trace elements such as calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, and phosphorus. It also has a preventive effect on cancer and can resist the occurrence of cataracts. It can enhance the immune system of the elderly and has the effect of lowering blood lipids and clearing blood vessels.

Dungeness Crab

Dungeness Crab

Dungeness crabs live only from the Aleutian Islands in Alaska to the northeastern Pacific Ocean in Southern California. The dungeness crabs are large and fleshy, sweet and rich in protein, trace elements and other nutrients. They have a very good nourishing effect on the body. The study found that the treasure crab also has anti-tuberculosis effects.

SPOT PRAWN

SPOT PRAWN

Wild spot prawns are a delicacy known around the world for their sweet, delicate flavour and firm texture. They are most recognizable for their reddish brown colour, which turns bright pink when cooked, defining white spots on their tail and white horizontal bars on the carapace. They are available from late February to September as fishing weather permits. Spot prawn has a stunning appearance with shells the color of sun-ripened apricots. Adult prawns make daily migrations through the water column to feed at night from depths of up to 1,500 feet.

Alaska Red Sea Cucumber

Alaska Red Sea Cucumber

Living in the high latitudes of the Arctic Ocean, with its red skin. This sea cucumber is called Alaska Red Sea Cucumber.
Alaska Red Sea Cucumber grows in the waters of Alaska and the northwest coast of Canada, with a cold climate, zero pollution, and natural growth condition. Under the combined action of the Thousand Island Cold Current, the North Pacific Warm Current and the Alaska Warm Stream, the Arctic Ocean's rich nutrients and plankton were brought to the Alaska coast, ensuring a steady supply of food for Alaska Red Sea Cucumber.
Alaska Red Sea Cucumber is rich in protein, unsaturated fatty acids, sea cucumber mucopolysaccharide, zero cholesterol, which can reduce triglycerides, regulate cardiovascular and cerebrovascular, anti-aging. long-term consumption of these can maintain bodies health.

Red Sea Urchin

Red Sea Urchin

Sea urchins are bottom feeding echinoderms that are found in every ocean around the world. Each sea urchin contains five bright “tongues” — more commonly known as roe — that range in color from bright yellow to dark orange. Urchin roe is known as uni when prepared for sushi.
The red sea urchin is a sea urchin found in the northeastern Pacific Ocean from Alaska to Baja California. It lives in shallow waters from the low-tide line to greater than 100 m deep, and is typically found on rocky shores sheltered from extreme wave action.

Green Sea Urchin

Green Sea Urchin

Green sea urchins are covered with short, dense spines and are filled with five sections of creamy, bright yellow-orange reproductive structures—this is the edible part. Urchins live in shallow, rocky subtidal waters where they graze on kelp and other algae and invertebrates.

Maine Lobster

Maine Lobster

The most famous seafood in North America is the American lobster, which is abundant on the north coast of Canada and northeastern of the United States, especially in the waters of Maine, which also known as the Maine lobster, or the Boston lobster. It is said that so far, this large lobster has not had a successful commercial example of artificial farming. 
Boston lobster, living in the cold waters, the meat is tender and smooth, the product has high protein, low fat, vitamin A, C, D and calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, sulfur, copper and other trace elements rich, taste Tasty.

Blue fin Tuna

Blue fin Tuna

The meat of bluefin tuna is rich in protein and other nutrients beneficial to the human body, and because it has low fat and calories, it is used by many people to maintain a good body shape. At the same time, it can also be used to regulate the body. The balance of internal nutrients is a tool used by ladies to lose weight.
Bluefin tuna contains a variety of amino acid elements. Regular consumption allows us to supplement the amino acid composition while enjoying the food. It is very beneficial to human health, and most bluefin tuna are natural in the sea, so there will be no side effects if you have them.

Breaded crab

Breaded crab

The breaded crabs are caught in the cold waters below 200 meters in the deep sea. They inhabit the sediments of the seabed and grow slowly. The growth period is 12-18 years.
Breaded crab are rich in protein and trace elements, which have a good nourishing effect on the human body. Protein can supplement energy, promote brain development and human growth; calcium, iron, zinc and other elements are essential for human physiological activities. It is to eat bread and crab to benefit your health.

King crab

King crab

King Crab is the largest crab caught in the Alaskan Sea, mainly from the Bering Sea and the Aleutian Islands. Dungeness crabs are smaller than king crabs, their legs are shorter than snow crabs, and their fleshy taste is sweet. Alaska king crabs are well known in the market, and the Bering Sea, the Aleutian Seas and the Alaska Bay are areas of Alaskan crab fishing, mainly concentrated in the Bering Sea. The waters of Alaska are cold and are best suited for the growth of king crabs. In the United States, the king crab is only produced in Alaska, so it is also known as the Alaska King Crab. There are three types of king crabs in Alaska: Red King Crab, Blue King Crab, and Golden King Crab. The fishing season is from October to January of the following year, and November and December are the peaks of fishing. King crabs are larger, typically 6-10 pounds, and the largest individual can reach 24 pounds. Males of the same age are larger than females.
These three are commercially valuable king crabs from Alaska. The red king crab has the largest individual and the largest number, accounting for more than 70% of the total Alaska king crab production. The blue king crab differs from the red king crab by the prominent black color of its legs, which are almost the same size and are usually sold at the same price.

Wild Pink Salmon

Wild Pink Salmon

The salmon has a very high nutritional value and contains a variety of super antioxidants, making it the only meat in the US Time magazine's antioxidant foods. The nutritional value and efficacy of salmon is high. Studies have shown that eating deep-sea fish three times a week can effectively delay aging, and salmon is the most significant anti-aging fish in all deep-sea fish.

Snow Crab

Snow Crab

Snow crabs, also known as cobbler crabs and queen crabs, live in seas with low water temperatures, large in size, long in length and full in flesh. Snow crab is rich in protein, trace elements and other nutrients, and has a good nourishing effect on the body. The study found that snow crabs also have anti-tuberculosis effects, and eating snow crabs can greatly benefit the rehabilitation of tuberculosis. It is generally believed that medicinal use of freshwater crabs is good, and seawater crabs are only edible. Chinese medicine believes that crabs have the effects of clearing away heat and detoxifying, replenishing bones, replenishing the muscles and promoting blood circulation, passing through the meridians, strengthening the limbs, continuing the injury, nourishing the liver and filling the stomach. It has a certain therapeutic effect on diseases such as congestion, injury, jaundice, low back pain and rheumatoid arthritis.

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