Stop Eating Tilapia ASAP! Read About the Disgusting and Dangerous Reasons!

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Tilapia is one of the most popular fish that is served in most of the restaurant in Asia and America. It is also listed as the third most consumed fish in the America.

  
Tilapia is quite inexpensive fish unlike others, that's why most people prefer to eat this than to buy expensive fish. It can be bought skinless and boneless in the market, and it's really tasty that's why there is no question about the popularity of this fish today.

But the real problem about this fish is its origin. Most tilapia today in the market are all farm-bred, and it is very rare to find wild tilapia in the market today. Even big and small restaurants across many countries have their own farm to raise tilapias.

  
Most farm who raised tilapia for their business usually fed in soy pellets and GMO corn just to make the tilapia gain weight in no time and sell in the market per kilo. They get fat and weight, but they don't contain the fatty acids that are beneficial for human bodies.

Farm raised tilapia are often given antibiotics and exposed to the pesticide that is supposed to fight sea lice to prevent the tilapia from pest and other dangerous activity on the farm that can lead to extinction. There are also reports that eating farm-bred tilapia will expose their bodies to various health complications and problems.

Here's a few list why farm bred tilapia is bad for your health.

Cancer Causing Pollutants 

Farmed-raised fish is generally exposed to cancerous organic pollutants 10 times more than wild tilapia. Moreover, one of the main ingredients in the feed is chicken poop. And, pig and duck waste processed into fish food are also quite common.

Inflammation

Recent studies confirm that consuming farm-bred tilapia can lead to inflammation. In fact, eating tilapia can worsen already existing inflammation caused by a number of health issues including asthma, heart disease, and arthritis. People often wrongly believe that they’re getting their omega-3 fatty acid from the fish oil in tilapia to reduce the risk of heart attacks, but the real truth is that tilapia is a much more serious risk factor for inflammation than bacon or hamburgers.

  
Higher Pesticides and Antibiotics

Farm-bred fish generally pack higher content of pesticides and antibiotics. This basically comes down to the fact that farm fish are bred in a crowd, which makes them more susceptible to diseases. That’s why they’re often given antibiotics so as to keep them healthy. Pesticides are also part of their menu in order to kill sea lice. These pesticides are in fact so strong that can kill wild salmon when exposed to them accidentally. This is not all because these pesticides are then released into the sea, which then produces toxic effects on other marine life when ingested.

Low Omega-3 to Omega-6 Ratios

 Farm-raised tilapia packs less healthy nutrients than the wild. For one thing, the omega 3 fatty acids in farm-bred tilapia are not as beneficial for us as opposed to the omega fatty acids in wild tilapia. Plus, farm-raised tilapia also contains less protein. The fish are raised in pools, which makes them fatter, and they often contain more omega 6 fatty acids. Over consumption of omega 6 fatty acids makes us more prone to inflammation. In farm-bred tilapia, the omega 3 to omega 6 ratios are misbalanced, which in turn negatively impacts our bodies.

High Dioxin Levels

Last, but not least, farm-bred tilapia also contains higher dioxin levels. These actually pack 11 times more dioxins than wild tilapia. Dioxins are not only toxic but can also affect your proper body and can even trigger cancer development. The worst thing is that as soon as dioxins get into the body, they take a long time to get out – around 7-11 years is half of what it takes for dioxin to be removed from the body. All in all, it’s important to know that the farm-bred tilapia is deficient in the vital nutrients your body needs. Instead, you should opt for healthier fish or wild tilapia.




 
 
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