Alaska - Wild & Pure
Alaska is fish country. For thousands of years, the fish of Alaska's seas and rivers have supported
human use, from fisheries used by Alaska's indigenous native peoples since prehistoric times, to
today's modern seafood industry. Alaska is home to abundant stocks of many species of fish, and offers
some of the cleanest marine, freshwater, and upland habitats in the world. Effective state and federal
institutions manage fisheries that are productive and sustainable, clean and healthy. Alaska is the
only State in the nation whose Constitution explicitly mandates that all fish, including salmon, shall be
utilized, developed and maintained on the sustained yield principle.
Alaska is thousands of miles away from large sources of pollution that can contaminate the human food
supply in other parts of the world. These distances, combined with the earth's patterns of circulation of
water and air, help to ensure that Alaska's own waters are among the cleanest in the world.
Alaska's human population density is among the lowest of any in the United States, and lower
than most places in the world. Alaska has little heavy industry, and has strict regulations governing
development activities, such as road building, mining, logging, and sewage treatment. The State of
Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) has a regulatory section dealing specifically
with water quality. Water discharges, such as sewage and other potential pollutants, are closely
regulated to ensure high water quality. In addition, ADFG requires prior approval for any in-stream
construction activities in Alaska's salmon streams through the authority of the Alaska statutes known
as the "Anadromous Fish Act" (Alaska Statute 16.05.870). Alaska also has a Forest Practices Act
requiring buffer zones from logging along salmon streams to prevent erosion and protect spawning and
rearing habitat. Clean marine habitats produce pure seafood products, pure and remarkably free of
contamination by pesticides, petroleum derivatives, PCBs, metals, and bacteria.
Alaskan Salmon- Wild & Pure
Alaskan salmon are among the purest of all ocean fish, consistently testing free of hazardous levels of
contaminants. They are also rich in the powerful biological antioxidant, astaxanthin, a natural carotenoid
that imparts the rich red color to our oil and is up to 100 times more potent than Vitamin E at quenching
Natural EPA and DHA levels in our oil reflect those actually found in wild salmon, enhancing
bioavailability and reducing the risk of over consumption that may exist in highly concentrated,
Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil
Our fish oil contains ONLY pure Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil. Each 4650 mg teaspoon provides
approximately 1395 mg of total omega-3 fatty acids, including 558 mg of EPA and 651 mg of DHA. In addition,
laboratory analysis reveals an amazing 32 distinct additional fatty acid molecules you're unlikely to find
in highly processed "purified" or "de-scented" alternatives.
Cold Processed, Extra Virgin
Most commercially available fish oils have rather mysterious origins. This is because many of them
begin as a low grade by-product of rendering plants, requiring excessive processing before they are
fit for human consumption. This process results in fish oil that is anything but natural. While molecular
distillation is often advertised as a plus, and indeed does reduce contaminants, some researchers
believe it also denatures the oil and lowers its beneficial value.
In contrast, Life Line wild salmon oil is 100% natural. It is produced in a dedicated processing facility
in Alaska from freshly caught, sustainably harvested salmon utilizing a "cold" extraction method that
ensures the viability of our oil. Immediately after extraction natural mixed tocopherols (Vitamin E)
are added to maintain freshness. The oil is immediately deep chilled and stored in airtight, lightproof
containers until filtered and bottled. This thorough filtration process results in a pure, unadulterated
extra virgin salmon oil rich in health-promoting omega-3s as well as a naturally balanced "formula" of
over 30 other distinct fatty acid molecules
(latest lab results).
Our bottles are food grade black oxygen barrier high density polyethylene (HDPE), free of toxic chemicals and are recyclable.
Our cap is a flip-top with one-way valve that eliminates drips or spills and makes dispensing extremely easy, accurate and mess-free. We fill
as close as possible to the top to eliminate any air space and then flush with Nitrogen, an inert
gas that is essential to maintaining
an oxygen free environment. We have test data that confirms no change in quality over a two year
span of unopened, un-refrigerated, packaged oil.
The Alaska fishing season runs from May through September so our production is geared to supply only
what is needed until the next fishing season. We use only the freshest product from the current season.
You won't find oil in our bottles that have been in cold storage for years.
Quality, safety, accountability and integrity are our number one objectives and the reason why we are in
the salmon oil business!