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sardines is best price and healthwise, shouldve mentioned
Yes but tilapia is a white fish. What are the safest white fish options?
The unanswered question is… why is Tilapia so rare??
what about sardines ?
0nly tilapia from china is dangerous.
He called the USDA the FDA
Norwegian salmon is the most toxic salmon ,Peruvian salmon farms are so toxic they are actually polluting the ocean off the coast.these guys mean well ,but they should do a little more research,as we all should do.
Sardines are the healthiest fish. They are always wild, lowest in pollutants, and high in omega-3. As a bonus, they are inexpensive. If you don't like the flavor, try eating them with mustard and possibly whole grain crackers.
Wild Tilapia from Lake Malawi(freshwater lake)is worth a try🐟…nice videos on the channel,definitely subscribed.
What about indonesia?
I got a 5 dollar bag of tilapia for 8 servings worth, thinking I got a deal and now I'm thinking I screwed myself cause it says "Product of China", oh well, guess it's still better than consuming a bat of cheetos or something
Can u sent link for tilapia protein profo2
Do your own research, people. Then go ahead and eat your Talapia.
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I m eating tilapia almost everyday for my gallstone problem. This diet keeps me in check since i cannot digest fats and am also having trouble digesting puoltry as well even if its breast. A little better news than other videos ive found on tilapia so far,
certamente é melhor do que as porcarias industrializadas
Actually salmon has much more toxins then tilapia
Is it true that tilapia is not a real fish it was created by Scientist?
Try wild tilapia in Taiwan river.
DONT BUY TILAPIA FROM CHINA! Period!
I just wan to know..I raise tilapia in my backyaard and I feed them with azolla, duckweed, worms and pellets.. is this fine to eat and organic? or remove the pellets then fed with azolla duckweed and worms
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