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Are You Trading Your Omega-3s for PCBs with Your Choice of Salmon?

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  • Omega-3 levels in farmed salmon are about half of what they were less than a decade ago, due to changes in their feed
  • Diminished fish stocks have caused aquaculture farmers to feed their fish low quality sources of protein and fat, such as poultry and swine byproducts, soybean oil, grains, corn and canola
  • Make sure your salmon is wild Alaskan salmon or sockeye, as farmed salmon poses risks to your health and the environment

By Dr. Mercola

The omega-3 levels in farmed salmon seem to have entered a free fall. Today's farmed fillet may contain as little as half of the omega-3s as it did less than a decade ago, according to the International Fishmeal and Fish Oil Organization (IFFO).

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