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Eating Like a Salmon Is Better Than Eating Actual Salmon, Study Finds. “Eating lower on the food chain…can help humans get these critical vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids directly from the source.”

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Lisa S.

This headline seemed really misleading when I read the actual article -- I wish they'd led with the fact that it's actually farmed fish that's less healthy, not salmon overall. I live in a place where wild salmon is widely available, so the distinction is important. I mean, our wild salmon populations are falling off so we probably should lay off a bit (and farmed salmon has something to do with that), but still -- it's not that salmon is bad, it's that farmed fish is bad (and the article cites just one of many reasons why).

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