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When it comes to salmon vs. cod, you might be surprised by which one is actually healthier.
0:05 Wild-caught fish
0:10 Salmon vs. cod
1:38 Thie biggest difference between salmon and cod
1:54 Which is the healthiest fish?
In this video, we’re going to talk about salmon vs. cod and which is healthier. One thing to make a note of is that if you choose salmon or cod, make sure it’s wild-caught instead of farm-raised. It’s been thought that you should consume more cod because consuming fatty fish will clog your arteries. But, I don’t believe that’s true at all.
Salmon (3 oz):
Protein — 25.4g
Saturated fat — 1.2g
• B3 — 45%
• B12 — 45%
• B6 — 45%
• B2 — 25%
• B1 — 15%
• Folate — 6%
Cod (3 oz):
Protein — 22.8g
Saturated fat — trace amounts
• B3 — 10%
• B12 — 15%
• B6 — 10%
• B2 — 4%
• B1 — 6%
• Folate — 2%
Both of these types of fish have a small amount of mercury. But you shouldn’t need to be concerned, because they also have a good amount of selenium. Selenium is used by the body to counter the toxic effect of mercury.
Here is the biggest difference when it comes to salmon vs. cod:
• Salmon has 2,208mg of omega 3 fatty acids.
• Cod has 171mg of omega 3 fatty acids.
In my opinion, salmon is a healthier choice. I also think that when you consume fish, it may be best to leave the skin on it. There’s a lot of benefits from the skin and the fat that’s just underneath the skin.
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Thanks for watching! When it comes to salmon vs. cod, salmon may be the healthier choice.