A Really Good Healthy Fish to Eat Would Have to Be Hoki

Some of you re asking just what are the healthy fish to eat. There are several, including trout, salmon, sardines and mackerel, and as I mentioned Hoki.

These fish swim in the deep cold waters of the ocean, and they eat the plankton which makes them rich in the Omega 3 fatty acids. They are indeed the healthiest fish to eat.

However having said that, the impurities such as the heavy metals and the toxins build up in the flesh of these fish and it is not recommended that you eat them more than once a month.

To obtain the Omega 3 fatty acids that we need on a daily basis, it is recommended that you take a molecularly distilled Omega 3 fish oil supplement each day.

Another healthy fish to eat would be a flounder, this fish would be too small to allow the contaminants to build up in its flesh.

Generally speaking, if you stick to the small species of fish you really should not need to worry about them having a build up of contaminants in their flesh. A sole would be another healthy fish to eat.

I mentioned the species of fish called Hoki up above. This fish is native to the waters of the Southern Ocean just off the coast of New Zealand.

This fish in conjunction with the Tuna fish are used to make an Omega 3 supplement that has double the anti-inflammatory properties of other highly concentrated oils.

The formula to make this valuable oil was discovered by accident, and only one company knows the formula. This oil has proven itself invaluable in helping to alleviate the swellings and the pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis.

I mentioned that the Omega 3 supplement should have gone through the process called molecular distillation to remove the impurities such as lead and mercury. And the toxins such as the cancer causing PCBs.

However the process of molecular distillation removes the deadly PCBs. It is the only method that will get rid of them. Remember though, only buy fish oil that has been through that process.

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