Is salmon oil monounsaturated?

Answer The oil in salmon (as well as in other fatty fishes like tuna and sardines) contains essential Omega 3 fatty acids, which are polyunsaturated fats. Monounsaturated fats are found in olive oil, avoc... Read More »

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Is monounsaturated fat bad for you?

On One Hand: It's Good for YouMonounsaturated fat is not bad for you. The American Heart Association thinks consuming monounsaturated fat will help lower your cholesterol and your risk of heart dis... Read More »

Does eating monounsaturated fat makes me fat?

"No" , but 1 tablespoon pr day is required, therefore the choice of foods adjacent to that oil matters a lot. *Hydrogenated fats cling to our arteries, so don't use it, the box/bottle tells us that... Read More »

Is fresh farmed salmon the same as wild salmon?

Farm-fresh salmon is not the same as wild salmon. Farmed salmon makes up the majority of salmon on the market. Wild salmon is healthier to consume and carries less disease than fresh farmed salmon ... Read More »

How to Fish for Salmon on the Salmon River in New York?

New York's Salmon River is a popular location for anglers looking to catch chinook or coho salmon. In fact, the current world record coho was caught in the Salmon River. The river is restocked ever... Read More »