Wild salmon run in cold northern seas and offer omega-3 fatty acids, which have beneficial properties. Wild salmon have no added chemicals, antibiotics, preservatives, growth hormones, or GMOs.
Omega-3 fatty acids appear to be important in normal brain development and capability. Omega-3 fatty acids are recognized as essential fatty acids that are vital to our health but cannot be produced by the body. For this reason, omega-3 fatty acids must be consumed from food (or supplements).
These essential fatty acids are prominently fixed in the brain and appear to be particularly important for cognitive (brain memory and performance) and behavioral function. Research indicates that omega-3s may help behavioral issues in people with ASD, PDD, etc. Studies have also found that children with autism have lower levels of omega 3 fatty acids than do typical children.
Omega-3s may be an important dietary consideration in improving brain functioning and subsequently reducing aggressive behaviors. Omega-3 fatty acids also help reduce inflammation.
Alaskan salmon run in the purest waters and have the cleanest runs on the planet. Although wild Alaska salmon may be more expensive than farm-raised salmon, the health benefits of wild Alaskan salmon far outweigh the cost.