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What is fish?

What is fish?

Chromsome testing: Fish stands for fluorescent in situ hybridization. It utilizes fluorescent dna probes to label specific parts of the chromosomes of cells to look for presence, absence or movement of dna sequences. It is often used to evaluate cancer cells in combination with standard chromosome (cytogenetic) analyses. ...Read more

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Is it good to eat fish?

Is it good to eat fish?

Fish is great.: Fish is a healthy source of lean protein for a male. Just don't fry it, because that would defeat the purpose. Try to grill, broil or bake. Just don't eat it every day, because then you'd have to worry about the mercury content. ...Read more

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Is fish bad for a male?

Is fish bad for a male?

Fish is great.: Fish is a healthy source of lean protein for a male. Just don't fry it, because that would defeat the purpose. Try to grill, broil or bake. ...Read more

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Is basa fish safe to eat?

Is basa fish safe to eat?

Bass fish?: If from a reliable source, bass fish is a good source of protein and omega 3. .. ...Read more

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Is salted fish nutricious?

Fish is good.: Fish is generally healthy. Salt is not so healthy, so try to have fish that is maybe only lightly salted for flavor enhancement. And don't fry the fish - bake, broil or grill. ...Read more

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Is tuna fish bad for kids?

Is tuna fish bad for kids?

Tuna High mercury: Tuna has high level of mercury, and may not be the right for children. ...Read more

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Which cooked fish can I eat?

Which cooked fish can I eat?

Shrimp, tuna, salmon: You should avoid eating shark, swordfish, king mackerel, or tilefish during pregnancy. These large fish contain high levels of mercury. Common types of fish that are low in mercury are shrimp, canned light tuna (not albacore, which has a higher mercury content), salmon, pollock, and catfish. You can safely eat up to 12 ounces (about two meals) of these fish per week while you are pregnant. ...Read more

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How often should I eat fish?

How often should I eat fish?

3-4 times a week: Wild fish like salmon have vitamin d, vitamin b12, omeg-3 fatty acids as well as some healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, protein and astaxanthin. Best natural one-source of protein, fatty acids, vitamin d and b12. ...Read more

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Is too much fish bad for you?

Is too much fish bad for you?

Fish & Mercury.: When we eat a lot of fish we have to worry about the Mercury content of the fish. Some fish contain a lot of Mercury and may be harmful if eaten often. There are lists of the Mercury count of foods readily available on the Internet. ...Read more

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Is fish bad for you as a woman?

Fish is great.: Fish is a healthy source of lean protein for a male. Just don't fry it, because that would defeat the purpose. Try to grill, broil or bake. Just don't eat it every day, as you'd have to worry about the Mercury content. ...Read more

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How can I develop a taste for fish?

Sample fish.: Try different types of fish prepared different ways - not fried - to see what you may like. ...Read more

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What would happen if you only eat fish?

See: Eating fish is great, but eating only fish will lead to loss of needed vitamins and nutrients. That's exactly why the diet should consist of vegetables as well. ...Read more

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What fishes are suitable for 7 month baby?

What fishes are suitable for 7 month baby?

No fish yet: It is recommended to wait until one year of age for fish, egg white, citrus fruits, whole milk and honey. After one year, it is recommended to give fish once every 1-2 weeks and to give low mercury containing fish. For example, tilapia, cod, salmon. ...Read more

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What is the healthiest way to prepare fish?

What is the healthiest way to prepare fish?

Eating fish: Important question! Fish that's battered and fried, slathered with butter, or smothered in creamy sauces puts more saturated fat and excess calories into your body. (sorry, long john silver's!) the healthiest ways to prepare fish are steamed, broiled, grilled, or smoked (like with salmon & trout). And if you like it this way, raw (sashimi and served with sushi) or marinated (ceviche). ...Read more

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Why is it considered so healthy to eat fish?

Why is it considered so healthy to eat fish?

Many reasons: Supplies vitamin b12, a, d, e, and omega-3 fatty acids that are ant-inflammatory, anti-coagulant, lower cholesterol, feed brain the fatty acids it needs, and a healthy source of protein and saturated fat. However, only eat wild variety like salmon, halibut, sardines, etc. For best health benefits. ...Read more

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Is eating canned fish healthy or unhealthy?

Is eating canned fish healthy or unhealthy?

I would say it is: Unhealthy due to the amount of salt/brine that is used as well as any spice/preservatives for packaging purposes. You would have to convince me very well to eat canned tuna instead of fresh tuna, though I understand they are used for different purposes in cooking. Any extra salt is detrimental to our blood vessels and promotes hypertension, stroke, and heart attacks. ...Read more

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Is eating tuna fish every other day bad for you?

Is eating tuna fish every other day bad for you?

It depends: Since you can not be pregnant, that issue is moot. But to lower mercury intake - choose chunk light in water. Research says a 150 lb person can safely eat a whole can every 3 days. Here's a good link: http://www. Thesweetbeet. Com/tuna-mercury/ you should be okay doing what you do. Enjoy a healthy balanced diet and life style. ...Read more

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Could it be healthy to eat fish on a daily basis?

Could it be healthy to eat fish on a daily basis?

Depends on the fish: Fish with very high potential mercury levels include: Shark, Swordfish, Marlin, King Mackerel, Big Eye & AHI Tuna, Orange Roughy & Tilefish. Limit intake of Yellow fin and White Albacore Tuna, Spanish & Gulf Maceral, Group, Bluefish & Chilean Sea Bass. For healthier mercury levels try: Crabs, Crawdaddies, Haddock, Flounder, Salmon, Shrimp, Oysters, Anchovies, Herring, Mullet, Sole, Freshwater > ...Read more