That’s Why Salmon Is The Most Toxic Food In The World

Salmon is the most toxic food in the world! It is full of pollutants and low-quality fats. The Swedish government is now even warning against consumption!

According to nutritionists, we should eat fish twice a week. Zander, trout, and salmon twice a week. Salmon? Anything but salmon!

Christmas or New Year. birthday or wedding. While you used to get salmon at every festivity, you can hardly eat the disgusting fish today without hesitation. The reason: Salmon is the most toxic food in the world! Not only nutrition experts, even the Swedish government now warns against the consumption of fatty fish salmon, and herring.

Disgusting fish instead of noble fish

Fresh wild salmon scores with its taste and fat content of 5-7%. But this is the exception!

Because Norwegian farmed salmon (which you usually get) is of inferior quality, it has a 3-4 times higher fat content than wild salmon and is mixed with pollutants and toxins.

The salmon that we buy every day is rarely a delicacy. In most cases, it is a mass product in the refrigerated display case. In order to ensure mass production and protect animals from diseases, they are treated with pesticides and antibiotics. The seabed under the fish pens is already so filthy that there is a 15-meter-thick layer full of feces and pesticides.

Fish food is more dangerous than pesticides

Not only do pesticides and antibiotics affect the fish, but the biggest enemy is also its own food. The fish used for the salmon feed comes from the Baltic Sea, the most polluted sea in the world. Factories discharge their wastewater and nuclear power plants’ radioactive material into the water. A poison cocktail is more dangerous than any pesticide.

In the worst case, the increased dioxin content leads to cancer. It is not uncommon for it to have a negative effect on hormone balance and cause diabetes.

It is the above facts that make salmon the most toxic food in the world. Note: farmed salmon is about five times more toxic than other foods in the supermarket.

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Written by Emma Miller

I am a registered dietitian nutritionist and own a private nutrition practice, where I provide one-on-one nutritional counseling to patients. I specialize in chronic disease prevention/ management, vegan/ vegetarian nutrition, pre-natal/ postpartum nutrition, wellness coaching, medical nutrition therapy, and weight management.

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