If you ever wondering about how well the Alaska maintains their salmon fisheries, you need to be considering this. The marine biologists conducting the experiment concerning about how many wild salmon who return to the river for mating and nesting, If the numbers are decreased, so the fisheries are will be closed until it reach the limit. Just like in the Chinook fisheries area. With this tight monitoring and water quality management, wild Chinook salmon is healthy to be consumed. This fish contains 1.250 mg of omega 3 per portion and less contaminant also. Chinook salmon in Alaskan area is more sustainable than the other salmon fisheries area.

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Source: Stockshare

Cultivated oyster is good for as it will provide you with 300 mg of omega 3 and half of your daily needs of irons. Cultivated oyster is also good for the surrounding environment. Oysters will eat natural foods and algae under the water, so it will help to repair the water quality. Oysters are also can be interesting natural reefs and it will provide foods for other fishes. Oysters are usually raw served. So you might want to be careful when eating this tender seafood, especially the oysters from warm water. The oyster from that warm water can be contained with bacteria and viruses.

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Source: Stockshare

This little sardine is usually cheap in price. Although it’s cheap but the price of its benefits are more than expensive. Sardines contain a lot of omega 3 about 1.950 mg per 3 ounces, it’s higher than most of fishes such as tuna, salmon, or other foods. This fish is also the source of vitamin D. There are a lot of herrings are considered as sardines. These fish are rapidly grown since their massive catch or natural extinction in 1940. Sardines are usually cooked with tomato sauce and they also favorite canned foods throughout the world.


5. Rainbow Trout

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Source: Stockshare

Although the trout inside lakes are heavily contaminated but lot of trout that you find in the market are the cultivated ones. Rainbow trout is widely cultivated especially in United State of America. Rainbow trout are cultivated in fresh water. Wild raised rainbow trout is low in contaminant and mercury. They are protected from contaminant and feed on special fish pellet which are designed to support their natural sustainability.


6. Freshwater Coho Salmon

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Source: Stockshare

Freshwater Coho Salmon is one and the only freshwater fish that awarded with super safe rating. There are lot of fisheries are using crowded pens where they can be easily infected with parasites. To prevent the spread of parasites, they are healed with antibiotic and unfortunately it can infect the other salmon and this is the reason why Alaska is rejecting the cultivation of salmon. In another case, the attempt for growing salmon weighed for a pound needs the same time of raising three wild fish. However, Coho salmon is raised in isolated fresh water and need a little amount of foods, so it’s decreasing the harmful impact for the environment. Coho salmon is also rich in omega 3. You can get 1.025 mg of omega3 in 3 ounces of serving.

Food variations can help you out to reduce the amount of pollutant and mercury which is entering our body system because every foods contains different amount of mercury and pollutant. You can choose various seafood such as squid, trout, mussels, and halibut. The selection of this seafood will avoid you from the danger of mercury as long as you didn’t eat the same fish in a row for a long time.




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