We all know that fish is healthy. Omega-3 fatty acids, which can lessen the risk of heart disease and stroke, are found in salmon, according to the American Heart Association.
There are several reasons to eat fish. Think of those wonderful omega-3 fats, which are high in vitamin D and selenium and protect the heart from dangerous conditions.
We adore this pink powerhouse. If you're not a fan, you may feel pressured to change your mind. "Salmon has been lauded as the 'best' of all fish...but it is only one source of protein.
1. Wild Salmon
Yes, the canned goods. Skipjack tuna is the most common low-mercury canned light tuna. Albacore and tuna steaks (think ahi) are still safe to eat in moderation, although they contain mercury.
It's not as simple as it seems. A serving of these tiny fellas contains more omega-3s than salmon or tuna, plus vitamin D, B12, and calcium.
Another little fish with several advantages. The Cleveland Clinic says it's low in mercury and high in omega-3s (one and a half grammes per three ounces).
This is the species found in supermarkets. All rainbow trout in the US are farmed, mainly in freshwater ponds or raceways.
5. Trout (Rain)
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