Farmed Salmon — One of the Most Toxic Foods in the World

If you ask the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) they declare it is farmed Salmon.

 In fact, the EPA recommends that you not eat more than one meal of farmed salmon per month. However, it’s one of the most dangerous recommendations. FARMED SALMON IS ONE OF THE MOST TOXIC FOODS IN THE WORLD.

It’s important to understand that farm raised fish of ALL species can spell disaster for your health in a number of ways. First of all, fish were never meant to eat corn, grains, or poultry and pork for that matter. In addition, farmed fish of all species are also given a dangerous concoction of vitamins, antibiotics, and depending on the fish,  and synthetic pigments.

Farmed Salmon — One of the Most Toxic Foods in the World

Shockingly, research finds that the most abundant source of toxic exposure is not actually the pesticides or the antibiotics, but the dry pellet feed! Pollutants found in the fish feed include dioxins, PCBs, and a number of different drugs and chemicals. These ccontaminants cause  =permanent damage to the organism and is associated with autism, ADHD, disorders of the immune system and the endocrine system.

According to Dr. Monsen, a prominent biologist:
“I do not recommend pregnant women, children or young people eat farmed salmon. It is uncertain in both the amount of toxins salmon contain, and how these drugs affect children, adolescents and pregnant women… The type of contaminants that have been detected in farmed salmon have a negative effect on brain development and is associated with autism, ADD / ADHD and reduced IQ. We also know that they can affect other organ systems in the body’s immune system and metabolism.”

Omega-3 Levels in Farmed Salmon Is Nearly Half of That in Wild Salmon

According to the International Fishmeal and Fish Oil Organization (IFFO), today’s farmed fillet may contain as little as half of the omega-3s as it did less than a decade ago. This is because farmed salmon are now feasting on byproducts of hog and poultry processing, soybeans and soybean oil, canola oil, corn and other grain instead of small wild fish high in omega-3s.

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