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Kamchatka caviar “Vostochny Bereg” (East coast) – a taste familiar from childhood

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Caviar lovers highly valued around the world are the delicate salmon caviar, which is called “ikura” in Japan. But the more common name for red caviar, familiar in every country, is “Russian.” This is precisely what they call the “red gold” of Kamchatka (Bering Sea), which is produced by a company with a 20-year history, “Vostochny Bereg” (East coast).

Red caviar is a beneficial product. Alaska Natives, for example, consider salmon roe to be an excellent semi-solid food suitable for infant feeding that can introduce into the diet at about eight months of age.

The fact is that it contains a sufficient amount of omega-3, which is helpful for a rapidly growing brain and nervous system. Salmon caviar will help you remember and preserve the taste of seafood throughout your life and provide a whole list of micronutrients that are good for your health.

According to the USDA, chum caviar is rich in extremely high levels of omega-3s, averaging 1,800 mg per 1 ounce serving. That’s not much less than a 3.5-ounce serving of king salmon and significantly more than the same serving of sockeye or silver salmon.

Kamchatka caviar "Vostochny Bereg" (East coast) - a taste familiar from childhood
Kamchatka caviar “Vostochny Bereg” (East coast) – a taste familiar from childhood

Salmon roe “Vostochny Bereg” (East coast) is an excellent source of omega-3 with a high degree of assimilation. According to biomedical scientists, salmon roe is unusually rich in omega-3s in the form of phospholipids (EPA and DHA), which are very well absorbed by the fetal brain. They also note that only 1% of the total omega-3s are found in salmon meat, compared to 40%-70% of the total omega-3s in salmon roe. Even unusually rich in omega-3 in the form of phospholipids, krill oil (compared to other fats from fish and seafood) loses on this point to salmon roe, which is an even richer source of this trace element. A Canadian team of scientists found that about 60% of the omega-3s in salmon roe are in the form of phospholipids, compared to 49% in krill oil supplements.

 But for adults, omega-3 will not be superfluous. Cardiologists advise consuming approximately 1 g of omega-3 daily to maintain heart function. Interestingly, one tablespoon of red caviar contains this beneficial substance in quantities much higher than the minimum recommended dose. And if we talk about the benefits of omega-3s in general, it is essential to recall that these polyunsaturated fatty acids maintain normal blood pressure and prevent clogged arteries. Together, this reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. In addition, omega-3s play an essential role in maintaining a healthy immune system.

Like any booster, vitamin, medicine in any form, red caviar must also be used carefully. The first thing to remember is that caviar is a reasonably high-calorie product. Excessive passion for a delicacy can cause weight gain. Safe nutritionists call a serving of 2-3 teaspoons of the product. In addition, due to the high salt content, the abuse of caviar is fraught with edema.

However, you can safely add “Vostochny Bereg” (East coast) red caviar to your diet, as it does not contain flavors and preservatives, which means that your health will be under reliable protection.

Bering Seafood is the premier distributor of red caviar “Vostochny Bereg” (East coast) produced by the Kamchatka region in the USA.

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