It seems that the residents of France have shifted their eating habits and decided that fish is a healthier option than beef or chicken. But is it?

This fabulous film explores this question – especially in light of the fact that 40-50% of the fish sold in France is farmed fish. Believe it or not, the pristine fjords of Norway are being used for salmon farms – where they are spraying pesticides into the ocean pens while wearing hazmat suits!

You’d expect the kind of chemical/toxin load that’s happening in Vietnam, but Norway?? And if you don’t want to watch the film, here’s the quick answer to whether factory farmed fish is healthier than factory farmed beef, eggs, etc. Don’t worry, I’ve translated it for you:


All earthlings store our toxins in our fat, so another key fact is that wild salmon typically have 5-7% fat. But farmed salmon are 14.5-34% fat. Way more fat and way more toxins.

Personally, I don’t eat any fish unless it’s wild (and sustainably/humanely caught) and I don’t eat tuna more than once per week, due to the mercury content. Here’s the film, it’s really good!


Is Fish Healthier Than Beef or Chicken?

7 thoughts on “Is Fish Healthier Than Beef or Chicken?

  • Here in Canada this film doesn’t appear to be available.
    Could you put it on YouTube so that we can watch it?

  • Thank you for sharing
    I stopped eating farmed fish and now since the Fukoshima outpouring of chemicals into the Pacific Ocean I do not eat anything from the Pacific Ocean.
    I am an ‘ex’ Nurse and cancer survivor.
    I love your website.

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  • Hey, Fantastic post indeed!
    In my opinion, Fish is healthier than meat and chicken. Fish is one of the most beneficial protein sources for your diet. Fish is also amazing for your mental health.

    1. All fish, fresh and farmed is polluted with heavy metals & toxins. Hundreds of years ago when our oceans were relatively pristine, fish was ok to eat. Don’t fool yourself into believing today’s fish is healthy. It isn’t!

  • This is definitely worth seeing. I live in the south of France and I see a lot of fish being sold at the local markets and being served in restaurants.

    Does anyone know about eating organic salmon vs. wild salmon?

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