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Is chicken or fish better for weight loss?

Asked: Fernando Riera Pesca, Last Updated:

While the quantity also plays a major role, chicken breast is considered the best for weight loss, while boiled chicken and chicken soups with less salt also helps. Chicken can only be considered slightly less than fish only on the basis of omega-3 fatty acids content in fish.

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  • Is it cruel to keep betta fish in small tanks?

    Betta fish are naturally territorial and should not be housed with any other betta fish because they will fight and injure each other, often resulting in death. They are unlikely to get lonely in their tank; however, if they are in a small tank, they may get bored.

  • How do you know if you can eat salmon raw?

    If the fishmonger or the person selling the salmon says, it's OK for raw consumption, then Yes. If previously frozen and the freshness is right, then OK for raw consumption.

  • What type of corn is best for trout?

    When it comes down to choosing a type of corn for your trout, you should highly consider using canned sweetcorn. Not only is it widely available (you find it at almost any store) but the sweet flavor and scent disperse through the water well, attracting trout much more often than regular corn.

  • How do fish obtain calcium?

    Animals like fish obtain calcium through their diets, while algae and many invertebrates obtain their calcium directly from the water. Calcium often enters freshwater lakes from the slow weathering of their watersheds, with streams and runoff leaching calcium from soils and rocks.

  • Is it safe to boil frozen shrimp?

    It is difficult -- if not impossible -- to shell and devein a shrimp while it is still frozen. If you are preparing peel-and-eat shrimp or a shrimp boil, the inability to clean the frozen shrimp before cooking them should not be a problem.

  • Why is my salmon moist?

    If the meat is beginning to flake, but still has a little translucency in the middle, it is done. It should not however, look raw. There is more fat in the belly of the salmon (the thinner part of the fillet) and that is why it is still moist when the thicker part is done.

  • What is sushi supposed to taste like?

    THE TASTE OF SUSHI Sushi generally has a tangy taste due to the vinegared rice. Apart from it, the second thing that gives sushi a distinct taste is the fish topping. Salmon, tuna, and eel have a very light flavor while octopus has a stronger flavor.

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  • Does fish lose its nutrients when frozen?

    Freezing doesn't reduce the nutritional content of fish, in most cases. Protein, fat and fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamins A and D aren't affected by the freezing process itself. ... Because fresh fish doesn't lose any of its water content, it won't lose any vitamins or minerals.

  • What flavors go well with tuna?

    Sprinkle some dried basil, thyme, oregano and garlic powder in there. Add a squeeze of lemon juice or some lemon pepper — another spice! yay! — and you'll have tuna salad with an Italian accent.

  • Are oysters good for your brain?

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  • Is haddock good to smoke?

    Haddock, a mild white fish, is a healthy food to smoke. When smoked, it can be eaten as a main dish, or it can be added to soups, salads and chowders.

  • Why is the plural of fish fish?

    Fish comes from German too, fisch, and you can either stick to fish or use fishes, so that is a borrowed word where you can use either sort of plural.

  • What is the best wood to use for smoking salmon?

    Alder is the traditional wood used in the Pacific Northwest for smoking salmon, and I generally use hickory, but apple, oak, maple, and pecan are other good options.

  • Do you flip salmon on the grill?

    Place the salmon skin side down on the grill. There is no need to flip. Unless you have a well seasoned cast iron grill or one of the really cheap portable grills with thin grates, the flesh of the salmon will most likely stick. To avoid the "sticking panic" cook salmon skin side down and don't flip.

  • Why are smoked herring called kippers?

    Answer: The male salmon during spawning season is called a Kipper. The first way Salmon was cooked was split down the middle and flattened out like a butterfly and hung out to be smoked. So that was a kipper in the smoke. A kipper now is cooked in the exact same way.

  • Can cherry shrimp live in 65 degree water?

    Dwarf shrimp are certainly the best for colder waters. If you were looking to breed them, you would need waters at a constant 65-75 degrees F. They would probably also need to be in a species only tank because they may get stressed or fearful due to larger animals.

  • Why put crawfish in a pond?

    Crayfish can make a fun addition to your pond. They nibble on aquatic plants, so they help control weed growth. They eat decaying material, so they - along with Airmax MuckAway - will help keep pond muck to a minimum. ... And they make for some delicious eating for you and your resident fish!

  • How many times a week should you eat fatty fish?

    How much fish should we eat? A healthy, balanced diet should include at least 2 portions of fish a week, including 1 of oily fish. Most of us aren't eating this much.

  • What happens if you put a fish in milk?

    Since milk has a cooling effect and fish has a heating effect, their combination creates an imbalance that can lead to chemical changes in the body. This Ayurvedic phenomenon, about the cooling and heating effect, is also supported by many nutritionists and therefore, they advise you against this combination.

  • Do you have to boil crawfish alive?

    You want crawfish that are fresh, alive, and clean. (All crawfish are sluggish during cold transport, but be sure that they are alive. Do NOT cook dead crawfish.) Do not buy bugs caked in mud and all crawfish should be similar in size to cook in the same amount of time.

  • What does fish do at night?

    Like people, fish have an internal clock that tells them when to do things like sleep and eat. So even if you accidentally leave the lights on at night, the fish may settle down and go to sleep anyway.

  • What type of seafood is milk fish?

    Milkfish, also called bandeng, or bangos, (Chanos chanos), silvery marine food fish that is the only living member of the family Chanidae (order Gonorhynchiformes). Fossils of this family date from as far back as the Cretaceous Period (145.5 million to 65.5 million years ago).

  • Do crayfish chew food?

    Chew All Your Food Dear.... Inside their digestive system they have a unique stomach that is called the GASTRIC MILL. The gastric mill is found in crabs, lobsters, crayfish, barnacles, krill, and many others. These invertebrates don't have teeth in their mouth to grind their food, so they process it a bit differently.

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