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A friend told me that no one should eat farmed salmon and that "caught in the wild" is better for ones health. Can this be true (I don't think so)?
Let's think about it: If this were NOT true, somebody would have made it up. And you're right -- this is food fantasy from "natural healing / miracle food" websites. Salmon is salmon. There's an understandable, emotional human tendency to think "closer to nature is better". We'd have much less salmon, and in fact be unable to support 7 billion people, on "natural farming / fishing / gathering." ...Read more
Recommended: by the American Heart Association. The recommendation is eating fatty fish (e.g. salmon) at least two times per week. The serving size of fish is 3.5 ounces cooked or 3/4 cup of fish flaked. It is also important to prepare fish by baking, steaming or grilling. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In general, yes: But it depends on where the fish is from. Stay away from fish from the pacific! because of fukushima, which is still spewing incredibly high amounts of contaminated sea water into the pacific, i would stay away from any seafood from the pacific. But in general, salmon is one of the best and healthiest fish to consume; it is loaded with omega-three fatty acids and other antioxidents. ...Read more
Group of birth marks: Salmon patch is the name given to a group of birth marks in babies which is caused by expansion or dilatation of capillaries if on the face it is called angel kisses and they usually go away by 1to2 years of age on neck or back there are called stork bite which do not go away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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