San Diego based marine supplement manufacturer joins scientific cruise to oversee production when a supplement company embarks on a scientific cruise, it certainly does garner interest.
October 5, 2013 (Newswire) - Nutrilys Del Mar, a marine-based supplement company based in San Diego, recently set sail for a memorable and informative 7-day scientific cruise in Southeast Alaska.
"I went on location to check in with our fishermen, the quality of the fish, and the production of our unique salmon oil," said Thierry Lerond, founder of Nutrilys Del Mar . "Once again, this year is breaking another record history in fishing, not just for sockeye salmon itself, but for other salmon species."
The high numbers punctuate the sustainability of these marine animals. Additionally, the fish are caught in clean, pristine waters.
Compared to other salmon species, Nutrilys Del Mar insists that sockeye salmon oil remains the top pick for supplement consumption.
"For us, wild is very important in terms of quality. The oil we offer comes from the very same salmon you would eat at a top restaurant," Lerond said.
Nutrilys Del Mar's roots began in France; and, as many know, gastronomy is very important in this country.
"As a Frenchman, quality is vital to me so I make certain that my supplement products follow the same crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me philosophy," he said. "Our Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Oil is a rare and powerful health-promoting supplement, providing omegas 3, 5, 6, 7, and 9, vitamins A and D3, and the powerful natural antioxidant, astaxanthin."
Some of the multiple benefits of Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Oil include:
• Promotes cognition, attention and mood
• Supports cardiovascular and brain health
• Improves joint health
• Strengthens skin, hair and nails
• Helps reduce inflammation
• Promotes healthy eyesight
Sockeye salmon dine on excellent nutrition such as krill and other zooplankton. And Nutrilys Del Mar's Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Oil does not undergoany chemical refining, which means buyers have the purest of all ocean fish oil.
Generally, salmon season begins in July and ends in September. These catches stretch from Ketchikan to Kotzebue, and quite often, into the Yukon and Kuskokwim rivers.
Nutrilys Del Mar is very impressed in how Alaska manages their fisheries. And this means a great deal considering that their waters have the highest commercial fisheries around the globe.
"Our company history has always been underscored by eco-friendly practices and this mindset is aligned with how the state of Alaska manages commercial fishing -- they have one of the best fishing models of sustainability and natural resource stewardship," Lerond said.
Nutrilys Del Mar took part in its first fishing scientific fishing expedition in 2009, and now, in 2013. Looking to the future, Lerond shared that he plans to go annually.
"It's important for me to be connected to nature and to keep a close eye on the harvesting of our Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Oil to ensure that our clientele are receiving the best supplements in the world," he said.