5 Best Fish to Eat, and 4 to Avoid!

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Fun Fact: The smaller-sized fish that are at the bottom of the food chain have a tendency to be a better choice. They reproduce and grow fast, and they contain less pollutants. Herring is one of the world’s most amazing sources of vitamin D.

And as we know, vitamin D protects your bones, prevents numerous cancers, and boosts your heart health. In fact, Herring has about 300 IUs per 3oz serving. This fish is simply scrumptious when it’s smoked.

Although that also means it will be loaded with sodium, so you should eat it in moderation. A lighter take on this dish could be with Greek yogurt and stevia. Another option is to eat it with vinegar and raw chopped onions.

7 thoughts on “5 Best Fish to Eat, and 4 to Avoid!”

  1. You said nothing about a great eating fish, the Catfish!!
    It is a lot more delicious with out a smell like some that you mentioned!!

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