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paleo diet healthiest fish?

Answered on January 20, 2015
Created March 01, 2013 at 3:14 PM

Following the diet , what is the healthiest fish ? The fish you enjoy eating the most and why? what do you think about ,when you buy fish?

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on March 01, 2013
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For me it has to be wild caught alaskan salmon. I have always liked fish, especially salmon, so it is a win win that I love the flavor and that it is a great source of omega 3 fatty acids. In Alaska, you can actually catch one and eat it raw...I want to do that some day.

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on March 01, 2013
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Wild salmon, mackerel and sardines are all on my menu. Not to mention an array of shellfish. I love lobster, scallops, crab, prawns (shrimp) etc

I live on a small island, so we get better access than a lot of places to seafood.

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on January 20, 2015
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Ooh tough one, wild, sustainable salmon is a good one , in both taste and nutritional profile and omega 3 fatty acids, trout is another favorite and is very high in vitamin b12 but is not quite as outstanding as salmon in terms of omega 3 fatty acids, tuna is another favorite but mercury and sustainability is a concern, and though I don't personally eat them, oysters are excellent in terms of zinc (just be careful with shellfish that they're safe and not contaminated with amything infectious)

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When I buy fish, I consider nutrient-density and price. The healthiest fish is wild salmon - lots of omega-3 and vitamin D - but it is a rare treat for me as it is so expensive where I live. I do eat canned wild salmon and occasionally fresh farmed salmon. The fish I eat most is wild-caught mackerel which is, I believe, second best for nutrient-density after salmon. Luckily, it is inexpensive where I live (Ireland).

Shellfish are extremely nutrient-dense. I like mussels and crab. Oysters are highly recommended, but I have yet to try them.

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on March 01, 2013
at 04:03 PM

Wild salmon has almost 1000 Units of Vit D per 100 gram and 2 grams of Omega 3. But you have to eat it raw or close to raw, if you cook it at high heat the omega 3 will oxidize and go rancid, and will do you more harm than good

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