GOOD FISH GUIDE A - Z INDEX
Fish are part of the human food chain and essential to sustaining a growing world population along with grain and meats produced from agriculture. The lower down the food chain your energy footprint, the more you are doing in terms of sustainable eating. Vegans and Vegetarians eat the most sustainably. Consider then lowering your meat and fish intake to help make the food that our planet can produce go further. Help us to reach the United Nations sustainability goal 2 of Zero Hunger.
Best and worst choices. Fish and seafood from certain areas should be avoided unless certified, including fished or farmed produce. Every purchase matters in sending the right signals to secure the future of our rivers, seas and oceans.
Algae - Food supplement
Anchovies - Best from Bay of Biscay
Bass - Chilean, Sea
Eels - Avoid conger
Oils - Omega 3
Sturgeon - Caviar
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OCEAN PRODUCE - Traditional ocean produce could be supplemented with alternatives that are just as nourishing and tasty if prepared correctly. Oily fish that contains Omega-3 are held to be essential for the healthy development of human brains. Conversely, fish with high levels of methyl mercury or plastics can cause serious problems for pregnant mothers and growing children.
MASTER CHEF - The way alternative food is cooked and presented may be one of the key factors in gaining public acceptance. Health and fitness aficionados might also take to high-protein supplements, regardless of origin, if produced sustainably. Vegetarians, Pescetarians and Vegans help to reduce the strain on land based agricultural intensification.
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