What is the difference between farmed salmon and wild salmon? The price difference is enormous, but isn’t the salmon the same?

As the names suggest, a farmed salmon is a fish from an aquaculture and the other is a fish from a game catch.

Farmed salmon has been shown to be five times more toxic than any other food tested.Farmed salmon should even be one of the most toxic foods in the world and not only a disaster for the environment, but also for human health! Now there are 2.3 million litres of a pesticide called Paramove 50, which 14 salmon farms are allowed to use against sea lice. A new study of salmon farms on the Norwegian fjords revealed a 15-metre-high layer of bacteria, drugs and pesticides.

The salmon that can be bought here is mostly from Norway, but salmon in the food sector is one of the main import products from Canada and that is exactly where, in the Canadian province of British Columbia (BC ),up to 2.3 Millions of litres of a pesticide called Paramove 50 are used to remove sea lice from the salmon at 14 salmon farms in Clayoquot Sound.Cermaq Norway AS is 100% owned by Cermaq Group AS, one of the world’s largest salmon and trout farms with farms in Norway, Chile, and Canada.

Another difference is that by eating any kind of fish from aquaculture, the environment is permanently damaged, if not destroyed in the long term, because in many minds greed is still horny.

The taste of a fish is eclipsed.

In one example, this is relatively easy to illustrate.

A salmon grown in aquaculture needs three things:

  1. Water
  2. Feed
  3. Medications

The water in an aquaculture pool must be changed regularly, even if it takes time to filter and thus be cleaned, which naturally consumes electricity, which is regenerated by THE co2 generated.Something that is omitted from a salmon caught wild, even if, of course, one has to look at the krafstoff and the emissions of the boats or ships.

However, since there are usually too many fish in the basins, and such a basin does not provide a natural habitat, the risk is much greater that the fish become ill.In order to avoid this, antibiotics are often added to the water which, as intended, are absorbed by the fish, and thus later also by humans and lead to long-term antibiotic resistance, which means that in many human diseases germs that are in the past, it was relatively easy to combat, but no longer responded to a treatment (so-called multi-resistant germs) which, in the worst case, will lead to human death. Furthermore, the water contaminated with antibiotics enters the sea when draining from the basin, which takes place during the mentioned regular water change. The contamination of the sea and thus also the groundwater with antibiotics, in addition to the consumption of the fish itself, constitutes an additional burden for humans, since the antibiotics are now ingested not only through the fish itself, but also through our drinking water. increase the risk described above with regard to multi-resistant germs.

Farmed salmon, infested with parasites

The demand for salmon is also reflected in their breeding.

In the open net cages, more and more salmon live in a confined space. Due to the high fish density, parasites such as salmon lice can multiply quickly.

With its antennae, the louse attaches itself to the salmon and feeds on skin, blood and body mucus.

The pesticide Paramove 50, which anesthetises sea lice, is often used in feed instead of antibiotic insecticides because sea lice become resistant to antibiotics worldwide.

I find the whole thing worrying so far, but it is getting even better.

The feed needed for ran breeding is produced industrially, which in turn produces emissions.

This is made of fish. Fish that were previously caught in the sea. For the “production” of a salmon from an aquaculture, a multiple wild-caught fish are used.

Those who have now paid attention will recognize the perversion behind the industrial production of food.

So we catch 5 kg of fish in the sea to process them into fish feed in order to produce a single kilo of salmon, of poorer quality, in aquaculture.In the case of tuna, the required quantity rises to a whopping 20 kg.

20kg of wildfish are needed to feed it to produce 1kg of tuna in an aquaculture!

The added vegetable feed usually stems from the cultivation of genetically modified plants.

Grow faster and are more insusable to disease, but what they will do with the human organism and our genetic make-up is still uncertain. In the long term, we may simply be eradicating ourselves by no longer being able to produce.

On the other hand, the government in Canada does not seem to have had any concerns about genetically modified salmon, on the contrary.By the way, from 2019, the world’s first genetically modified salmon will be on the market. In Canada, consumers without their knowledge have been cheered on by genetically modified salmon in discount stores, because in Canada companies are not required to label the salmon as genetically modified.

The CETA free trade agreement could also offer gene salmon in Europe.Us salmon farmer Aqua Bountys Tech., producer of the world’s first genetically modified salmon, plans to harvest on a commercial scale for the first time from the end of 2019.

Pollutants detected in farmed salmon have a negative effect on brain development, which discourages pregnant women, children and adolescents from eating, which is also associated with autism and other organ systems in the immune system and metabolism of the body.Eating more than one meal a month from a farm-reared salmon can increase the risk of cancer due to carcinogenic chemicals and high levels of dioxin. It has been linked to many other diseases including cancer, diabetes, arthritis, coronary heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease.

If you can buy fish and seafood from industrial production with this knowledge in good conscience and cannot understand the difference between products from aquaculture and game fishing, I wish you a good appetite!

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