The farce of the Salmon! We continue to be deceived! Everyone should see this!
The salmon we found on the supermarket shelves is not so beneficial to our health! It is salmon raised in captivity, coming from Chile, which is quite different from wild salmon found in North America.
We take it for granted that the fish’s flesh is orange-pink – or ‘salmon’. However, this rule applies only to deep-sea fish, which spends life in freedom in the ocean to climb the rivers at the time of breeding and then die.
This fish is rare, expensive, delicious and beautifully colored because of its diet based on shrimp and krill. Altogether, it represents a meager 5% of the salmon sold in the United States.
The overwhelming majority of the fish found in markets around the world is created in aquaculture, and has a color ranging from gray to light beige, passing at most by a pale pink.
To get the same shade of wild salmon he gets a ration with synthetic additives derived from petroleum.
In addition, studies indicate that consuming a monthly average of 200 grams of this fish, presents unacceptable carcinogenic risks.
The truth is that this fish, which has received the reputation of super food, full of Omega 3, which fights bad cholesterol, is anti-inflammatory and brings numerous benefits to the consumer, is nothing more than a dangerous product.
To make matters worse, fish are often raised in unhygienic environments, given antibiotics, have twice the fat – mostly saturated (bad) fat and almost no Omega 3 (good). Because of this, fish receive high doses of antibiotics and fungicides. That is: more contamination in your flesh.
When you imagine that consuming salmon often will do your health well without knowing it, you will end up developing health problems that you did not have. I spend far, far away from salmon and any captive-bred fish. Fish good, rich and healthy, is the wild fish.
In Portugal fish are of great quality. Fish, called wild, fish out of the pound that undoubtedly is much healthier than those of naturally cheaper aquaculture.
One thing to keep in mind when buying fish.
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