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Is wild pink salmon good for you?

Asked: Lucas Olsen, Last Updated:

However, given its high amount of omega-3s, quality protein and beneficial nutrients, any type of salmon is still a healthy food. Still, wild salmon is generally better for your health if you can afford it.

FAQ

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    Tap water contains very small amounts of chlorine that we use to remove harmful bacteria. Although chlorine is completely safe for us, it can be very dangerous to fish.

  • Can you eat tuna raw out of the can?

    Yes. You can eat canned tuna raw, as during the canning process tuna is cooked enough so as to be edible straight out of the tin.

  • Which is best fish to eat in India?

    TOP FISHES TO EAT IN INDIA

    • Rawas (Indian Salmon)
    • Katla (Indian Carp or Bengal Carp)
    • Rohu (Rohu or Carpo Fish)
    • Bangda (Indian Mackerel)
    • Rani (Pink Pearch)
    • Surmai (King Fish/Seer Fish)
    • Pomfret.
    • Hilsa.

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    Fish can survive without a filter running for one day, and you could face this if there is a power outage. If you have power and you need the filter off, or it has broken, and you need a replacement, it would help to have an air stone running in your aquarium.

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