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What fish is healthier than tilapia?

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Alternatively, other types of fish may be healthier and safer to consume. Fish like salmon, trout and herring have much more omega-3 fatty acids per serving than tilapia. Additionally, these fish are easier to find wild-caught, which will help avoid some of the banned chemicals used in some tilapia farming.

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