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How healthy is haddock?

Asked: Dylan Delong, Last Updated:

Haddock is rich in minerals that help to build bone strength and regulate your heart rate, and this includes everything from selenium (which has been reported to help prevent cancer, heart disease, diabetes and a weak immune system), to the likes of magnesium, potassium, zinc and iron, all of which strengthen and ...

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    Although it may seem counter intuitive because salmon is a type of fish, if it's still edible it should not smell unpleasantly "fishy" in any way. If your salmon smells somewhat sour or anything like ammonia,, it has gone bad and you need to toss it. Fresh salmon has a mild aroma, or one that smells similar to the sea.

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