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Is canned salmon just as healthy as fresh?

Asked: Jesse Schkura, Last Updated:

Both canned and fresh fish are good sources of protein and other important nutrients, and have the same amount of calories.. Plus canned salmon delivers the same high doses of healthy Omega 3's and Vitamin D. The real choice to be made when considering your health is wild salmon over farmed salmon.

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    After testing them for bacteria and antibiotics, almost 20% of the ready-to-eat kind were ridden with the bad stuff. Those bacteria can potentially cause illnesses such as food poisoning—which could include diarrhea and dehydration—and, in rare instances, can even prove fatal.

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    Use an actual fishing hook, such as a barbed hook, or improvise a hook out of whatever you have available. Tie it to a piece of fishing line or to an improvised line. You can improvise a hook from many things such as paper clips, safety pins, sewing needles, and even soda can tabs.

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