Here's interesting research about the high level of toxic metals found
in farmed salmon compared to wild salmon. It's unfortunate that the
headlines are ablaze with this news, since eating salmon is such a
healthy way to get Omega-3 fatty acids into your diet, but it's also
worth pointing out that salmon raised in captivity are not the same as
salmon raised in wild.
Whether this news will cause people to avoid
eating salmon remains to be seen, but hopefully, the public will take
this in context and realize that the health benefits of eating salmon
are very great in deed, and that the toxicity of junk foods is very
likely much higher than that of even farm raised salmon.
there are also defenses you can use against the heavy metals found in
salmon, shrimp and swordfish. A variety of nutritional supplements are
available that absorb these heavy metals before they reach your
digestive tract, protecting your body from suffering the destructive
effects of toxins like mercury, lead, and arsenic.
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